The Princess Juliana International Airport (PJIA) in St Maarten that was damaged during the recent passage of Hurricane Irma, is scheduled to reopen to all commercial flights as of October 10.
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Hurricane Irma will have a negative impact on LIAT of EC$6 million (US$2.2 million) through to the end of the year, chief executive officer Julie Reifer-Jones said on Wednesday.
President Emmanuel Macron has promised to rebuild France’s Caribbean territories in the wake of Hurricane Irma’s widespread destruction.
Twelve have died and a quarter of all homes have been destroyed in Florida Keys following Hurricane Irma, state officials say.
The Government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines has sent hurricane relief supplies to the island of St. Maarten which was battered by Hurricane Irma on September 6th.
Governor of the British Virgin Islands (BVI) Augustus “Gus” Jaspert has extended the curfew imposed on the territory since last Tuesday’s passage of Hurricane Irma, which devastated the British Overseas Territory.
Hurricane Irma weakened early Monday to a tropical storm as it continued on a northward path through Florida, the National Hurricane Centre said.
Hurricane Irma ripped through the Caribbean on Friday, leaving a trail of devastation and killing 17 as it barrelled towards the United States where up to a million people have been told to flee.
Robert De Niro has vowed to help rebuild the tiny Caribbean island of Barbuda after it was rendered “barely habitable” by Hurricane Irma.
Fearsome Hurricane Irma cut a path of devastation across the northern Caribbean, leaving at least 10 dead and thousands homeless after destroying buildings and uprooting trees on a track Thursday that could lead to a catastrophic strike on Florida.
Hurricane Irma has already caused severe damage and loss of life as it rips through the Caribbean – but worse things could follow
Hurricane Irma has already caused “major damage” on several Caribbean islands, French Overseas Territories Minister Annick Girardin said on Wednesday.
Irma is now a monster of a hurricane – a Category 5 system with 175 mile-per-hour winds – as it bears down on the Leeward Islands. And its core is still on track to move dangerously near or over portions of the island chain’s north tonight and early tomorrow.
Caribbean Airlines (CAL) has advised the cancellation of flights scheduled for September 6 due to threats from Hurricane Irma.
The Antigua-based regional airline LIAT is advising passengers that due to the impending passage of Hurricane Irma, several destinations will be affected.
Hurricane watches have been issued for Antigua and Barbuda, Anguilla, Montserrat, St Kitts and Nevis, Saba, St Eustatius, Sint Maarten, St Martin and Saint Barthelemy, as Hurricane Irma approaches the northern Leeward Islands.
Hurricane Irma reached Category 3 strength late yesterday and continues to maintain maximum sustained winds near 115 miles per hour.