Jamaica airport Boscobel Aerodrome to be renamed in honour of Ian Fleming …

13 Jan

Jamaica opens third international airport named after Ian Fleming… Minister Bruce Golding yesterday officially opened the island’s third international airport at Boscobel in St Mary. Named in honour of late British author and journalist Ian Fleming, who created James Bond, the Ian Fleming International Airport will primarily handle private jets with specialised service for scheduled charters. The former Boscobel Aerodrome has been significantly upgraded and boasts, among other things, a completely resurfaced and extended runway. It is expected to cater to the needs of high-end tourists and the general aviation market. Several government officials, representatives from the tourism sector, including chairman of Sandals Resorts Gordon ‘Butch’ Stewart, hotelier and former music mogul Chris Blackwell as well as members of the Fleming family were present to witness the opening. Here, Ian Fleming’s niece Lucy Fleming and Prime Minister Bruce Golding unveil the plaque at the Ian Fleming International Airport yesterday. At right is Transport and Works Minister Mike Henry.

Boscobel Aerodrome to be renamed in honour of Ian Fleming



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