Topic: Hurricane Season Preparedness 2015 Guests: Elmo Burke, Carl Herbert Highlights: El Nino Explanation CLICK TO LISTEN

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SCASPA’s 5th Anniversary of the Best in Class High School Quiz Competition concluded on May 21, 2015 with Basseterre High School walking away as four-peat champions of the Competition. The Basseterre High School represented by Kadeema Blanchette, Tarique Allen, Aliyah Bradshaw, and Dequan Bassue competed against the Immaculate Conception Catholic School represented by Jagruit Dulera, Oksana Isaac, …

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Winners of the recently held SCASPA Best in Class High School Quiz Competition toured Carnival Splendor with exclusive access to the ship’s facilitates on May 29, 2015. The contingent of ten from the Basseterre High and Immaculate Conception Catholic Schools explored the ship’s attractions including staff living and working areas, the theatre, and outdoor swimming …

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According to Senior Meteorology Officer, SCASPA, Mr. Elmo Burke, the 2015 Atlantic Hurricane Season, that runs from June 1 – November 30, is forecasted to be below-normal. “The forecasters are predicting a below average hurricane season due to the cooler Atlantic Ocean temperature and the development of the El Nino. We are anticipating about seven …

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St. Christopher Air and Sea Ports Authority (SCASPA) has partnered with Carnival Cruise Line in the 5th anniversary of the Best in Class High School Quiz Competition. The winning school and the first runner up will tour Carnival Splendor and enjoy lunch aboard the vessel during an upcoming port call in St. Kitts. Mr. Jonathan …

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The journey for the Charles E. Mills Secondary School (CEMS) ended on the opening night of  SCASPA’s 5th annual Best in Class High School Quiz Competition on May 5. The school scored 10 points at the end the night, eliminating them from moving on to the next round of competition. The winning school of the night …

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Carnival Cruise Line executives confirmed that Carnival Liberty will resume its weekly (Friday) call to St. Kitts on Friday, May 1, 2015. The vessel’s regular visits to St. Kitts were temporarily halted because of strong winds and technical issues with the ship’s thruster system. The resumption of the ship’s calls to the island comes as …

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St. Kitts and Nevis welcomed with a water salute Air Force Reserve Command’s WC-130J “Hurricane Hunter” at the Robert L. Bradshaw International Airport on April 23, 2015. SCASPA’s Airport Manager, Mr. Elsworth Warner and Meteorologist, Mr. Elmo Burke were on the ground to welcome the crew of the aircraft on its inaugural landing. Crew members of the …

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American Airlines and US Airways have merged their operations to bring its customers a stronger airline that offers greater schedule options, access to more destinations around the globe and a modern, fuel-efficient fleet. The combined company will retain the iconic American Airlines brand name and will be headquartered in Dallas-Fort Worth while maintaining a corporate, …

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In an effort to improve the passenger experience and improve its operations, SCASPA partnered with International Air Transport Association (IATA) to include on the Airline Tickets all passengers fees. The passenger fees comprise of: Island Enhancement Fund (IEF) payable to St. Kitts Tourism Authority – US$12 Environment Levy, payable to Solid Waste Management Corporation – US$3 …

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