Tag: CHEC

Patterson responsible for CJIA expansion fiasco

Patterson responsible for CJIA expansion fiasco

- March 1, 2021

I join hundreds of thousands of Guyanese to react with sarcastic amusement at an article published in the Kaieteur Newspaper ... Read More

Gov’t contacted ‘highest levels’ in China on CJIA expansion works

Gov’t contacted ‘highest levels’ in China on CJIA expansion works

- December 23, 2020

-administration determined to get value for money -Minister Edghill Minister of Public Works, Hon. Bishop Juan Edghill says the Government ... Read More

Chinese company to foot $1.8B bill for additional CJIA works

Chinese company to foot $1.8B bill for additional CJIA works

- December 22, 2020

- to be completed by December 31, 2021 China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) will be undertaking additional works on the ... Read More

March 31, 2019 – the new completion date for the CJIA Expansion Project.

March 31, 2019 – the new completion date for the CJIA Expansion Project.

- January 28, 2019

─Newly constructed runway and refurbished facilities propels Guyana as a possible main regional transport hub ─new facilities creates opportunities for ... Read More

Spanking new CJIA facilities in weeks

Spanking new CJIA facilities in weeks

- April 27, 2018

DPI, Guyana, Friday, April 27, 2018 Members of the travelling public will soon enjoy a spanking new departure and arrival ... Read More

Prefabricated terminal at CJIA part of expansion contract

Prefabricated terminal at CJIA part of expansion contract

- April 4, 2017

GINA, GUYANA, Tuesday April 04, 2017 Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Geoffrey Vaughn, today confirmed that the ... Read More

CJIA revenue collection up by 13% as at November 30

CJIA revenue collection up by 13% as at November 30

- December 28, 2016

GINA, Guyana, Wednesday, December 28, 2016 The Cheddi Jagan International Airport’s (CJIA) revenue collection has improved by 13 percent, and ... Read More

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