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HALIFAX, April 22 /PRNewswire/ - Capt. James Murphy, pilot in command of CanJet Flight 918, issued the following statement regarding the incident earlier this week. Neither Capt.
HALIFAX, April 21 /PRNewswire/ - Crew from Flight 918 are being debriefed by CanJet staff and other officials. All of the crew are physically well but very tired.
HALIFAX, April 20 /PRNewswire/ - A CanJet aircraft carrying passengers from Flight 918 in Jamaica has arrived at Halifax Stanfield International Airport. More than 40 of the 182 passengers were among those on board Flight 918 at the time of the incident yesterday. CanJet representatives were available to offer assistance to passengers as they arrived.
STATEMENT FROM EDMUND BARTLETT, MINISTER OF TOURISM Canadian Prime Minister said Handling of Situation is a Testament of Personal Bravery and Cooperation Between Allies MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is a statement from Jamaica's Minster of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett: Speaking at a press conference earlier today at Sangster International Airport, Jamaica's Prime Minister the Honorable Bruce Golding and Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper praised the...
HALIFAX, April 20 /PRNewswire/ - A CanJet aircraft carrying passengers returning from Flight 918 in Jamaica has left Montego Bay and will stop over in Santa Clara, Cuba, before returning to Halifax. The aircraft is carrying 168 passengers, at least 40 of whom were on board Flight 918 during the incident.
HALIFAX, April 20 /PRNewswire/ - CanJet Airlines has released more information about the return of passengers and crew who were on board Flight 918. A CanJet aircraft is currently en route to Montego Bay from Toronto.
JAMAICA'S SANGSTER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT OPEN FOR BUSINESS Peaceful Resolution of CanJet Incident MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica, April 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The following is a statement from Jamaica's Minster of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett: "I am pleased to report that Sangster International Airport in Jamaica's resort capital of Montego Bay is open for business following a brief closure due to an incident involving a mentally challenged armed man who boarded CanJet flight 918 at approximately 22:30 CDT...
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