Arrival of Bahamian Delegation for ICAN Air Services Negotiations in Colombo, Sri lanka

Posted on: December 4, 2017

3 December 2017 Colombo, Sri Lanka – Juliea Braithwaite, Safety Oversight Manager at the Aviation Authority  Sharon Brennen-Haylock and Charles Beneby Director General of Civil Aviation arriving for the ICAO Air Services Negotiations 2017.

 

4 December 2017, Colombo, Sri Lanka – ICAN 2017 – Sharon Brennen-Haylock, DG of Foreign Affairs Bahamas and Stephen Borthwick, General Manager Aviation Policy Branch of Australia signing a Code Share Agreement.

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