Roadworks near airport

  • The letters from the old airport sign will be handed to the family of former Progressive Labour Party leader Frederick Wade as construction work continues at the airport

    The letters from the old airport sign will be handed to the family of former Progressive Labour Party leader Frederick Wade as construction work continues at the airport


Roadworks are in place at the airport roundabout while construction takes place on the entrance to the new passenger terminal building.

Skyport said that part of the work involves taking down the LF Wade International Airport sign. The letters have been preserved and will be presented to the family of the late L. Frederick Wade.

A new sign will be installed at the new passenger terminal building.

The bus shelter at the roundabout will also be removed. The affected area has been fenced off for security and safety purposes.

Mikaela Pearman, the marketing and communications officer for Skyport, said: “We would like to thank the public in advance for their patience during this time.

“The airport redevelopment project continues to be on schedule, with significant milestones reached, including the completion of the roof.

“We look forward to opening Bermuda’s new world-class terminal next year.”

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Published Mar 9, 2019 at 10:08 am (Updated Mar 9, 2019 at 10:08 am)

Roadworks near airport

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