Introduction to Anguilla Air & Sea Ports Authority
The Anguilla Air and Sea Ports Authority (AASPA) was established on October 26, 2009 by an Act of the House of Assembly, and is an independent statutory body, governed by its own legislation. The Legislation (Act) may be cited as the Anguilla Air and Sea Ports Authority Act (2010), revised statutes of Anguilla, Chapter A57. The AASPA is established with the exclusive right to manage the ports of Anguilla. Namely: The Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport, Blowing Point Port, Road Bay Port, the Marine Base in Sandy Ground, and Corito Port. The...
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