Send Bahamasair to pick up the students, fly them back home, quarantine and test them. Why is it that logical and smart people can’t figure this out?!?!
Posted 10 April 2020, 10:29 p.m.
Tal did perfectly with his first comment! I thought I’d never hear straight English from him. Tal - you were doing great but then your follow-on comments went straight to hell in a hand basket!
Posted 22 March 2020, 7:01 p.m.
Ya get what you pay for! ..nuf said!
Posted 27 February 2020, 10:23 p.m.
Poor choice of words regarding the commissioner in public. How embarrassing! If you want to make a change then bring the man in and tell him that behind closed doors, and allow him to bow out gracefully.
Posted 6 January 2020, 10:30 p.m.
“It's not like they haven't had a wet lease before. It may cost a bit more to operate these jets, but we're not perfect in business. Business people make mistakes every day.”
Yes, business people do make mistakes every day, and some mistakes that business people make are so stupid, so severe, so impactful, that there’s no way to recover from them! Bahamasair had nearly 10 years to figure this out and failed. Can you imagine - 10 years to equip 3 aircraft? There must be accountability and like the CEO of Boeing, that accountability resides at the top.
Carey said it right - half a century later and the Gov’t doesn’t know how to run an airline. I wouldn’t close it down, but I would find someone to run it like an airline and a business should be run! I know - novel concept for us Bahamians. What a joke!
Posted 6 January 2020, 9:57 p.m.
Highly unusual and quite suspect for an aircraft’s main and nose gear to all collapse. Was the ggear lowered prior to landing? Checklist completed?
Posted 13 October 2019, 8:40 p.m.
Good ahead, send your adjusters, when they trip, fall and get injured then need to be airlifted to Nassau, wasting mor3 resource and people’s time, you’ll be adjusting alright!!!
Posted 10 September 2019, 10:25 p.m.
Some stupid insurance people we have this in the country. What is there to send an adjuster to assess. wake up!!! The place is a war zone, flattened, gone, finito, what don’t you greedy insurance companies understand about that????
Posted 10 September 2019, 8:25 p.m.
BPLs power outages are a national disgrace and the silence and lack of action by this government is even more disgraceful! Where is the accountability???? I know - “accountability” is a very foreign concept in the Bahamas - always has been - always willbe! And if you wonder why - look no further than your duly elected government. And frankly, I don’t give a damn whether you’re a PLP or a FNM. I always find that leaders - political leaders or business leaders always succeed when they fight and act for what’s right and forthe good of their people. No one gives a damn whether you’re black, white, PLP, FNM or of some other persuasion. But this Country will never figure that out. That’s why thousands of Bahamians have left the Bahamas over the years to seek a future elsewhere. And you know what - it’s paid off!
Posted 9 August 2019, 5:48 p.m.
The SOB that is responsible for illegal dumping ought to have his ass locked up, but why is it even possible in today’s day and age that someone dumping trash illegally can cause an island wide power outage and risk getting fried. That to me is inconceivable but then again we’re in the Bahamas where anything is possible and you don’t have to dream big to make it happen!
Posted 4 July 2019, 10:48 a.m.
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