100 passengers arrive in Antigua from Nigeria on Antigua Airways

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It was a historic day as the twin-island nation of Antigua and Barbuda marked 41 years of Independence and celebrated the arrival of direct airlift from the African continent.

Welcoming the flight and the over 100 passengers on board with a ribbon-cutting was Minister of Tourism and Investment, The Hon. Charles Fernandez, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Immigration and Trade, The Hon E. P. Chet Greene, CEO of the Antigua and Barbuda Tourism Authority Colin C. James, CEO of the Airport Authority Euletta Francis, Antigua and Barbuda’s Ambassador to the African Union H.E. Johann Hesse, Antigua Airways Managing Director Opeyemi Olorunfemi, Antigua Airways official Marvelous Akinola and Sampson Emmanuel, President of the Nigeria Antigua Barbuda Chamber of Commerce.

This was followed by a welcome ceremony in the VIP Lounge of the airport.

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  1. The plane left them in Antigua. Hope it returns to take them home. We shall see. They say some of them had no money to pay for visa, and no money for accommodations. Are these tourists or refugees?

  2. Antigua and Barbuda gave up 10 CIP passports to be a part of an arrangement that is still not fully understood by the public. When you break ground does that mean you have a resort? Similarly, a charter flight does not mean you have an airline. No wonder Gaston Browne has so many failed projects, there is no real business plan. He is only focused on making the news and the photo ops. Of course no pictures of the passengers.
    ABLP is a government that focuses on headlines only! No substance whatsoever!!!

  3. None of this makes sense ! None of it ! 100 passengers on an airbus isnโ€™t even a full flight โ€ฆ there is NO TRAVEL DEMAND between Antigua and Nigeria so again โ€ฆ whatโ€™s the real truth behind this airline because none of this making sense

  4. Where are the photos of the happy passengers disembarking the plane? All the photo journalists should have been at the airport. Donโ€™t tell me somebody hiding the photos from us because of embarrassment. Show us the pictures. People say a lot of boxes came off the plane. What is in these boxes.

    • You are so correct. Even ABS TV should have been at the airport (I know it was Independence Day) and several of our so-called journalists should have been at the Sir VCB Airport to capture this momentous, newsworthy event, the inaugural flight from our ancestral home (Africa) to Antigua and Barbuda. Anyway, anything is expected when the airline Antigua Airways does not represent the State of Antigua and Barbuda.

  5. Will this INFAMOUS main photo of Max Fernรกndez, Colin James and Chet Greene be the eventual demise of the ABLP at the next General Election of this fake flight with its fake passengers?

    Looks like it …

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