Director General of the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority, JCAA, Nari Williams-Singh, says normality has been restored to the country’s airspace, following major disruptions last week.
Between last Tuesday and Saturday, several flights were delayed or had to be diverted, due to what were reportedly problems caused by malfunctioning equipment.
Mr. Williams-Singh says the issues have been resolved.
The disruptions forced management personnel of the JCAA, to monitor control towers during the period of disruption.
Fingers were pointed at the Jamaica Air Traffic Controllers Association, JATCA, saying some of their members had taken industrial action.
JATCA denied this.
Mr. Williams Singh says there’s been no fallout with Jamaica’s aviation partners due to the disruptions.