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Flights resume at GAIA


Flights resume at GAIA

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A MORNING strike by air traffic controllers almost crippled operations at the Grantley Adams International Airport today.

Flights to Miami and the Caribbean were delayed, some for as long as two hours and passengers were left waiting for information as the air traffic controllers, who are key to the taking off and landing of planes, walked off the job around 7 a.m. protesting conditions of service.

But by 10 a.m. senior supervisory staff was manning stations in the Air Traffic Control Tower and, according to corporate communications specialist at airport, Keith Goddard, flights were once again taking off and landing. (HLE)