CJIA netted $208M surplus last year – CEO

-marks 10th anniversary of incorporation

The Cheddi Jagan International Airport, Timehri (CJIA) raked in a surplus of $208M last year and CEO Ramesh Ghir said it is being ploughed into sustaining its operations.

Ghir was at the time addressing a gathering of airport staff, aviation sector stakeholders and the media at the CJIA’s Maintenance Division compound as the airport celebrated its 10th anniversary of being incorporated as a semi-autonomous body.

He said that in 2010, revenue collection stood at $633M and rose to $748M last year …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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