The Abaco Chamber of Commerce hosted their third quarterly Mix and Mingle in Elbow Cay on October 26, 2017 at Sea Spray Resort. The guest speakers for the evening were the Honourable Dionisio D’Aguilar – Minister of Tourism and Aviation; and Randy Butler – Sky Bahamas CEO. Min. D’Aguilar preceded …
In today’s aviation world, Fixed Based Operators (FBO’s) face increasing challenges at every turn. One of the most significant challenges has been to ensure that the ground support personnel, mechanics, and pilots are trained and certified to meet the FAA’s mandates for compliance.
By Hubert A. Ingraham Leonard Maurice Thompson is a man that Abaco ought to revere and to never forget. It is therefore most fitting that the Government of The Bahamas is today (July 7, 2016) formally naming the Marsh Harbour International Airport in his honour. Born in Hope Town, Captain …
November is Aviation History Month: a look one of Abaco’s most famous pilots and the legacy of out-island aviation
November is Aviation History Month and so this is a fitting time to honour the memory of Capt Leonard Maurice Thompson after whom the new Marsh Harbour International Airport is to be named. Leonard Thompson was an astute businessman who built up many businesses in Nassau and Abaco but whose passion was always for flying.
The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Works, Philip ‘Brave’ Davis, signed several capital works contracts on May 27 for projects to be done at Marsh Harbour International Airport as well as a pre-school to be built in Fox Town. He noted also that the new airport terminal is projected to open in August this year.