The extension project, developed over the last five years, has meant a considerable increase in the capacity of the airport and an investment of 147 million Euros.
Their Majesties the King and Queen of Spain today opened the second phase of the extension project of Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, which is managed by MBJ Airports Limited, a subsidiary of abertis airports. The opening ceremony was attended by the Prime Minister of Jamaica, Bruce Holding, as well as the Spanish Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, Miguel Ángel Moratinos, among other officials. The abertis group was represented by the Executive Chairman of TBI, Demetrio Ullastres, the General Manager of abertis airports, Carlos del Rio, and the Managing Director of MBJ Airports Limited and Manager of the Airport, Fernando Bosque.
The opening of the facilities took place as part of a tour that their Majesties the King and Queen, accompanied by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, are undertaking around the region, and which includes visits to Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica and the State of Florida.
With the opening of the last airport extension phase, Sangster International has completed a project which has been developed over the last five years, in two separate phases, and which has meant an increase in infrastructure capacity enabling it to deal with up to nine million passengers a year. Investment in the extension project, developed over the last five years, has amounted to 147 million Euros.
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