Wresting management control of the Eugene F Correia International Airport from the Board on which aviation company Trans Guyana Airways holds significant sway is among the highest priorities of the National Air Transport Authority (NATA), an umbrella body comprising eight of the nine operators at that airport.
NATA President Annette Arjoon-Martins told Stabroek Business on Wednesday, “What we need is to move quickly to a position where the management of the airport is removed entirely from the control of any of the operators at Ogle and placed in the hands of independent experts.” Arjoon-Martins, who is also General Manager of aviation company Air Services Ltd, spoke exclusively to the Stabroek Business shortly after she had delivered a well-received report on the first year of NATA’s activities at its Annual General Meeting (AGM). Arjoon-Martins dropped a broad hint that the eight operators at Ogle, who, a year ago, set up NATA largely for the purpose of forcing major changes to the structure of the Board of Directors at the Airport continue to be unhappy with the prevailing management regime there. “There has not been much of a change in the situation,” she said.…to continue reading this article, please subscribe. Already a subscriber ? Sign In.