All posts tagged airport

Aerostar marks 4 years operating LMM Airport
March 2, 2017, No Comments

Aerostar Airport Holdings, LLC is marking its fourth year as operator of the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport, w ...

CBP starts operations at Pazos aviation facility at LMM
January 11, 2017, No Comments

U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced that Tuesday that PAZOS Fixed Base Operator Service opened a new general av ...

Air Canada launches non-stop Montreal/San Juan route
December 19, 2016, No Comments

Air Canada recently inaugurated a new non-stop service between Montreal and Puerto Rico, marking the beginning of the se ...

Casino Metro unveils P.R.’s ‘largest roulette’ at airport
December 7, 2016, No Comments

Looking to promote the island as a gaming destination, and boost activity at its property, the Casino Metro at the Shera ...

MGI investing $2M in FBO at Luis Muñoz Marín Airport
November 16, 2016, No Comments

Management Group Investors announced Tuesday it will invest $2 million to build a new 10,000 square-foot “Fixed-Based ...

2 Popeyes restaurants to open at LMM Int’l Airport
November 4, 2016, No Comments

Management Group Investors and Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen Inc. have signed an agreement to open the first two restaurants ...

Airport operators complete successful emergency drill
October 17, 2016, No Comments

Aerostar Airport Holdings, LLC conducted its Full-Scale Emergency exercise at the Luis Muñoz Marín International Airpo ...

LMM airport to carry out emergency exercise Oct. 13
October 11, 2016, No Comments

Aerostar Airport Holdings, LLC, operators of the Luis Muñoz Marin International Airport, will be conducting a full-scal ...

Tourism Co. pursuing increased air, sea visitor traffic
September 12, 2016, No Comments

Saying the island’s tourism sector is the “first industry to come out of recession,” Puerto Rico Tourism Co. Execu ...

Aerostar: Emigration, fiscal crisis fuel LMM traffic
September 6, 2016, No Comments

The massive exodus of Puerto Ricans to the U.S. mainland and the island’s continuing financial mess is certainly bad n ...