MARIGOT--One new active COVID-19 case has been identified on the French side, regional health authority ARS reported on Friday. The patient is isolating at home.
The Unified Labour Unions gathered at the Little League Stadium once again on Friday to discuss and finally accept Government’s proposal regarding their vacation allowance for 2020 and the years to follow. In photo: Windward Islands Chamber of Labour Unions president Claire Elshot speaks to representatives of the unified unions during Thursday’s meeting. Story on page .
PHILIPSBURG--The Unified Labour Unions gathered at the Little League Stadium once again on Friday to discuss and decide on their vacation allowance for 2020 and the years to follow.
AIRPORT--Princess Juliana International Airport operating company PJIAE said on Friday that the airport is preparing for a safe and phased reopening to major airlines. While several airlines have scheduled flights to St. Maarten in June, the airport is still awaiting official clearance by government.
“Blue birds” will soon be back
WILLEMSTAD--KLM plans to resume regular flight operations from the Netherlands to Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao and St. Maarten in early June. “We want to start up the network further and see demand for tickets to that market. The Dutch would like to go on a summer vacation,” said CEO Pieter Elbers in conversation with Aviation News Magazine.
Union representatives during the meeting.
PHILIPSBURG--The counter-proposal presented to government by unions on Thursday hints of “demands” as opposed to “suggestions”, Finance Minister Ardwell Irion said in a press statement last night.