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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Lemartec, the prime construction manager rebuilding Virgin Islands Port Authority (VIPA) assets impacted by Hurricanes Irma and Maria, is co-hosting a Health & Safety Fair with VIPA this Saturday, May 11th from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Cyril E. King Airport. The event will be

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MIAMI — The Virgin Islands Port Authority presented its renewed vision for the Crown Bay and Subbase District on St. Thomas to members of the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association. The presentation took place Wednesday at the Seatrade Cruise Global convention held in Miami Beach, Florida. VIPA’s Acting Executive Director Damian Cartwright

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — St. Thomas is showing why it continues to be the premier cruise ship destination in the world with fully five ships in its harbor today! The Norwegian Gem with about 2,394 cruise ship passengers was scheduled to be at Havensight from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. today.

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CRUZ BAY — The Loredon L. Boynes Sr. Dock is located at the heart of Love City and is the primary ferry dock on St. John. Since the island has no airport, its seaports are critical to the community and businesses on the island. The Virgin Islands Port Authority said

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FREDERIKSTED — The Virgin Islands Port Authority hosted two groups of students at the Henry Rohlsen Airport on St. Croix recently. VIPA’s Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighters partnered with Bohlke International Airways to provide nursery school and high school students a tour of the behind-the-scenes operations at the Henry Rohlsen Airport

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — This stunning private jet made a quick visit to the Cyril E. King Airport in St. Thomas today. The bright red jet flew in and left Charlotte Amalie West shortly after it arrived, according to the Virgin Islands Port Authority (VIPA). The photo was posted to VIPA’s

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — Delta Air Lines plans to add a second daily flight between Atlanta and St. Thomas this summer. American Airlines is “seriously considering” restoring its third daily Miami-St. Thomas flight, as well as expressing interest in a new route from Dallas. United Airlines will serve the Houston-St. Thomas

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Virgin Islands Port Authority said today that the public needs to arrive earlier if you are traveling via the Fredericks Terminal at Red Hook today. The construction of the St. Thomas parking garage sidewalk has begun and traffic at the terminal is impacted by trucks pouring

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CHARLOTTE AMALIE — The Lindbergh Bay Hotel and Villas is a boutique hotel located within walking distance from the Cyril E. King Airport on St. Thomas. It sits on a peninsula overlooking the picturesque Lindbergh Bay Beach. This quaint, family-managed Caribbean hotel serves as one of the amenities located near

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FREDERIKSTED – Senate President Kenneth Gittens said the $27 million in federal grants announced today will bring much needed improvements to the territory’s two airports. The funding is beneficial particularly as the Virgin Islands continues its recovery from Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Some of the grant funds will go towards

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