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Norman Manley Airport, Petrojam to open at noon, Customs open

Published:Tuesday | October 4, 2016 | 10:09 AM
NMIA Airports Limited, the operators of the Norman Manley International Airport, announced that the airport would fully reopen at noon.

A number of major entities are resuming operations in the aftermath of the threat of Hurricane Matthew.

NMIA Airports Limited, the operators of the Norman Manley International Airport, announced that the airport would fully reopen at noon.

It said it made the decision based on the latest information available regarding the projected path of the hurricane.

It says airlines are now making arrangements for the commencement of flight activity.

Passengers scheduled for flights today are being asked to make contact with their respective airlines to confirm their flights.

Similarly, passengers booked on cancelled flights from previous days are advised to contact their travel agent or the airline’s customer care number for re-booking options.

All passengers are well advised to make contact with the respective airlines before arriving at the airport today.

The state-owned oil refinery, Petrojam Limited said it would also resume normal operations at noon.

Meanwhile, the Jamaica Customs Agency opened its doors for business this morning.