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2018, turning point for luggage tracking in airlines

Airlines around the world once again improved the baggage delivery rate, according to the SITA Baggage Report 2018. Airlines around the world once again improved the baggage delivery rate, according to the SITA Baggage Report 2018 published in Spanish today. This continues the improvement trend of more than a decade, which has seen the incorrect […]

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SVB checks whether pensioners are still alive

WILLEMSTAD – The Social Insurance Bank (SVB) starts an investigation to see if pensioners with an AOV benefit (general pension) are still alive. The elderly are invited by letter to the SVB. This happens on the basis of the month in which they were born. Those who do not appear are at risk of losing […]

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No increase yet on airport tax

WILLEMSTAD – The Minister of Traffic, Transport, and Urban Planning Zita Jesus-Leito has not yet made a decision to increase the airport tax. The evaluation required for this is not yet complete. With the airport tax, all costs to run the airport are paid. This includes the control tower and the civil aviation organization. The […]

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Screening festival promoters to become stricter

WILLEMSTAD – The screening for promoters of events is becoming stricter. This is what Minister Steven Martina of Economic Development said in a reaction to a letter from the Member of Parliament for the coalition party PAR, Stephen Walroud. Walroud wanted answers after the cancellation of the Ponton festival. He wanted to know, among other […]

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Restaurants present themselves at Pietermaai Proeft

WILLEMSTAD – For the fifth year in a row Evento Curaçao organizes Pietermaai Proeft. On June 22 and 23, the new location, the Marichi area, opposite Pietermaai Parking & Mall, in Pietermaai District will be transformed into a festival site for the two-day culinary event. “Up to now, it has been popular every year, one […]

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Knops does not commit to Parliaments’ deadline

THE HAGUE – Dutch Undersecretary of Home Affairs and Kingdom Relations Raymond Knops has confirmed that he plans to submit a law proposal to establish a Dispute Regulation for the Kingdom before year’s end, but he did not commit to the deadline of November 1. The four Parliaments of the Kingdom – of the Netherlands, […]

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Derry Returning To Aruba, This Time As Coach – Trenton Republican Times

Trenton Republican TimesDerry Returning To Aruba, This Time As CoachTrenton Republican TimesIn 2013, Trenton native Lindsey Derry was in the middle of her collegiate softball career. She had just completed her second season with North Central Missouri ...

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