As the Federation of St. Kitts and Nevis continues to learn how to live with the global pandemic, Minister with responsibility for Tourism, Transport and Ports, the Honourable Lindsay Grant, assures the general public that the tourism…
The Federation of St. Kitts & Nevis in its efforts to rebuild the tourism sector in the environment of COVID-19, has approved over 2,500 stakeholders in the rigorous COVID-19 “Travel Approved” training and certification program.
The retrofitting works at the Robert Llewellyn Bradshaw (RLB) International Airport in St. Kitts are expected to be completed ahead of the October 31 official reopening of the Federation’s borders.
Ahead of the reopening of the country on October 31st, the Robert L. Bradshaw International airport continues to upgrade its safety procedures for travelers coming in and out of the country.
As Energy Month approaches, the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Post Urban Development and Transport is inviting senior primary school students to participate in an art competition.
Minister with responsibility for Tourism, Transport and Ports, the Honourable Lindsay Grant, has underscored the need for safety as St. Kitts and Nevis again prepares to open its borders to tourism amidst the COVID-19 global pandemic.
The Public Transport and Safety Board will be offering certificate courses to bus operators.
The West Basseterre Bus Terminal was officially opened on Tuesday following a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the terminal.
The Minister with responsibility for Transport, the Hon. Lindsay Grant, praised all responsible for the historic construction and completion of the Federation’s Westline Bus Terminal during the opening ceremony on September 22.