Did you know?
Ms. Colindia Murray is a seasoned professional with almost forty years’ experience in the Air Transport Industry. She began her lengthy career back in 1973 when she completed Air Traffic Control training at the Civil Aviation Training College in Trinidad and Tobago. The daily Express newspaper congratulated her at the time for being the first female Air Traffic Controller in the English speaking Caribbean.
Initially Ms. Murray worked as an Aerodrome Controller at George F. L. Charles Airport and was later transferred to Hewanorra International Airport in 1986 where she received her Approach Control Rating. She returned to George F. L. Charles Airport in 1989. She has completed numerous training courses including training under the Canadian Airport Project in 1987/88, management training from the University of the West Indies Institute of Business in 2000, FAA certification in the Air Transportation of Dangerous Goods in Jamaica in 2004 and Supervisory Management training from the Florida Atlantic University conducted by Cohen & Klein in 2009.
Her story like many others speaks to the history within our towers.