Business View Caribbean | Feb 2019

PRINCESS JULIANA IN P rincess Juliana International Airport (SXM) officially turned 75 on December 3, 2018 - still flying high, as it continues its proud legacy of service and contribution to St. Maarten. After sustaining severe damage during hurricanes Irma and Maria in September 2017, the airport is now deep into restoration mode, all the while welcoming back tourists and fulfilling its role as a hub airport for neigh- boring islands like St. Barths, Nevis, Dominica, St. Eustatius, Anguilla, BVI/Tortola and Saba. The government-owned airport is operated by Princess Juliana International Airport Operating Company N.V. (PJIAE), with a Supervisory Board of Directors and Managing Board Members: CEO, Brian Mingo, COO, Michel Hyman, and a CFO to be named. The Airport’s Fixed Based Operations (FBO), in the hands of ExecuJet and Arrindell Aviation by Signature has a dedicated, upscale building for private jet operations that caters to passengers and explains why Prin- cess Juliana International Airport remains in the lead of the aviation industry. Meanwhile, 58