President Jovenel Moise inaugurated a new airport on Friday in the city of Jérémie, in the department of Grand’Anse. 

The runway, which measures 1,200 meters, was built in four months. It is of international standard, according to Moïse.

“Accompanied by the First Lady and the Minister of Public Works, Transport and Communications, this Friday, July 10, 2020, I am inaugurating the new Jérémie aerodrome in Grand’Anse, with a new runway built according to standards international ”, Moise saidon his Twitter account.

Moïse underlined that the construction works of the terminal did not cost the State a million whereas he says to have seen a contract going back several years for the construction of this same terminal for 7, $ 5 million.

Everything was done with state equipment and materials as part of the change caravan, said Minister of Public Works Nader Joaséus.

According to him, it is an airport with a runway 1200 meters long and 25 meters wide. “It is open to the Caribbean and to the world,” said the minister.Continue reading.

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  1. I’m sorry to say that the president can represent Jeremie with a better airport .Anyway that area name airport look so cheap I’m asking myself when Ayiti will be free from stupidity.
    Jeremie vill de poete.

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