October 26, 2006


Aruba officials are worrying about money and loans, and now there is an urgency to update the airport? To impress who? The visitors you are losing? Keep on "marketing" towards the British and Dutch and other chumps who waste their money coming to your stinky little island.

AAA Initiates Third Phase Of Landscaping Project

(Source)--As part of its continuing effort to enhance the airport product, the Aruba Airport Authority N.V. (AAA) started on October 23, 2006, the third phase of the Landscaping project.

This entails the public parking area and part of the cardholder parking exit area. The project is scheduled to be finished by December 15, 2006. Contractors involved in this project are: Hernac N.V., FataMorgana and Caribbean Drip Irrigation N.V., design works and supervision is being handled by ir. Francis Leo.

Business Unit Manager of Properties & Facilities Mr. Mario Bikker declared: “We are continuing to enhance our Airport with this project, hoping to give a much more tropical view of our airport area. AAA appreciates your cooperation and apologizes for any inconvenience this project may cause”


Anonymous said...

These nuts don't understand that they are driving their airport to become a jungle by being more "tropical". The shadow of Natalee's disappearance, kidnap, rape drugged, gang rape and murder cast the Aruba airport into a valley of death. The utmost need of air travellers is inner peace and feeling of comfort, safety and security. They want all the airport area are air-conditioned and plenty of comfortable leather seats that they can stretch their back and legs on. They don't want an open air airport with all these humid salty smelly air from the nearby landfill. With all these artificially planted palm trees, there is possibly a terrorist hiding behind every tree, that's scary. More robberies, kidnap and killings can occur to the American tourists. Plus, the new shelters will attract more local homeless people and drug addicts to squadder on the airport property. A good airport needs to be clean, well lighted and more of comfortable furnitures.

Anonymous said...

how about some radar?

Michelle said...

HA HA... Like the ad:

"Got Radar?"

(instead of milk for those who don't know what the heck I'm talking about)

Anonymous said...

I actually agree with you michelle.

John C.

Michelle said...

Wow! That's a first! (And probably last...ha ha, John.)


Anonymous said...

No, not the last. I like good discussions, and as long as somebody comes with good arguments, I will agree with them if they can convince me. For the same reasons I don't like many posts that you do put on of people obviously talking jibberish. I still think that those posts do more harm than good to the cause. But it is your site, so you have to decide.
Anyways, I agree with what you said that they need money, but at the same time they want to upgrade their airport.

John C.

dennisintn said...

more perfuming the pig. nothing extra spent to clean up the use of daterape drugs or the drug scenes on the streets or beaches where tourists gather. no report from the curacao prosecutor who was to have a report on natalee's investigation by the first of this year.
no arrests or prosecutions.