St. Helena Re-Tenders For Air Service

Credit: St. Helena Government

LONDON—The government of the UK overseas territory of St. Helena is again accepting bids for a regular airline service, following wind shear concerns that halted plans for weekly Boeing 737 operations. The South Atlantic island recently opened a £285 million ($358 million) airport funded by the UK...

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