Because of the “globalisation,” one has to look ahead to set a date and examine what other international conferences are held in the industry, to avoid conflicts of interest.
The dates for the third Caribbean Aviation Meetup will be June 12-14, 2018.
A New Zealand tourist has been killed by the blast from a jetliner taking off at a seaside airport in the Dutch Caribbean territory of St. The 57-year-old woman was knocked into a wall as she tried to cling to a fence to feel the blast on Wednesday, police spokesman Ricardo Henson said by phone.
He said the woman was taken to the hospital, where she was declared dead. Henson said hundreds of tourists regularly ignore multiple warning signs to not stand by the fence at the Princess Juliana International Airport, which is less than 60 metres from the beach in the tiny territory.
You will find objects dating from 500 BC to 600 after JC: shaped figurines, polished stone tools, shell ornaments, burials, that will plunge you in the life of these neo-Indians cultures, which originates from the Orinoco basin and migrated to our islands on canoes transporting up to 60 people.
The Museum « » also presents the history of the colonization of Saint-Martin by the Spaniards then the French, The Dutch and the English, the history of the treaty of the island’s division, the slave period, the sugar plantations ear and the salt exploitation.
Go there to discover the first human populations arrived on our island in 3200 BC, nomadic people from South America, cutting tools in stone and shell.
Explore the beautiful ceramics discovered at Hope Estate.
» will plunge you in the heart of the history of Saint-Martin.
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Martin's Le Grand was a former parish and liberty within the City of London, and is the name of a one-way street north of Newgate Street and Cheapside and south of Aldersgate Street. To the east of the road once stood the collegiate church and monastic precinct of St Martin's, of ancient origin.
Between the beach and the airport is a public road.
Despite warning signs and requests from the airport to stay away from the runway, the notices themselves have become popular selfie spots, and visitors regularly congregate by the fence to feel the blast from planes as they take off.