Representatives of Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Dariusz Witko, Clarence Singh and Brian Abbott visited the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport (SKB) to access the airport security conditions, and conduct passenger and cargo air carrier station inspections of the US air carriers.
Yacht, The Rising Sun, one of the largest yachts in the world, anchored at white house bay in Basseterre on Monday, February 3, 2014. The yacht that boasts of a length of almost 138 metres made its fourth visit to the Federation.
The new Private Jet Terminal (FBO) at the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport is nearing completion and should be launched in the first quarter of 2014. Leeward Flight Services (LFS) will operate the state-of-the-art terminal which will provide a number of services including the company’s unique YU Lounge for both commercial and private passengers in a world-class luxury environment arriving or departing the Federation’s international gateway.
As a responsible corporate citizen, SCASPA has committed itself to assisting organizations and groups in projects and programs that serve the needs of people within our communities. The Authority has sponsored many programs coordinated by government, nonprofits and other organizations, to further develop the Federation of St. Kitts.
SCASPA welcomed the Norwegian Cruise line's largest ship, the Norwegian Breakaway on January 13 at Port Zante. The ship making its inaugural call to St. Kitts had 4,028 passengers.
The Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport, operated by the St. Christopher Air and Sea Ports Authority, is now home to the first Solar Farm in the Caribbean region, making St. Kitts the smallest green nation and the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport the first green airport in the Western Hemisphere.