Original disclosure @ WB website
Updated in EWS Sep 9, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Jun 30, 2019
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The project will support targeted and coordinated investments to address the most critical observed safetyand resilience deficiencies at St. Lucia’s airports with a particular focus on (i) the airfield and aircraftoperations and (ii) strengthening the capacity of SLASPA and Department of Civil Aviation. Further, given the HIA master planning effort is ongoing, the project focuses only on urgent safety and resilience improvement opportunities that are compatible with any feasible master plan.
The proposed Project would comprise three components: Component 1 – Improvement of the HIA runway’sresilience and operational safety; Component 2 – Improvement of St. Lucia’s air traffic safety; Component 3 –Capacity Building and Project Management.
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