Aguadilla


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A•gua•dil•la

(ˌɑ gwəˈdi ə)

n.
a seaport in NW Puerto Rico. 56,600.
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Puerto Rico is home to nearly 500 JetBlue crewmembers who support the airline's operations in its focus city of San Juan, as well as in Aguadilla and Ponce.
17) The Aguadilla-Mayaguez banking market is defined to include the following municipalities in Puerto Rico: Aguada, Aguadilla, Anasco, Cabo Rojo, Hormigueros, Isabela, Lajas, Las Marias, Maricao, Mayaguez, Moca, Rincon, Sabana Grande, San German, and San Sebastian.
The operation, slated to create 100 new jobs, will also include a school so that people can train to become aircraft maintenance technicians certified by the Federal Aviation Administration to supply both posts at the new helicopter MRO, as well as supply skilled workers to Lufthansa Technik's MRO in Aguadilla, which also is scheduled to open in 2015 and create up to 400 direct jobs.
Four years ago, an idea emerged to transform Aguadilla Rafael Hernandez Airport, formerly Ramey Air Force Base, into an air cargo hub.
I lived in Puerto Rico from the autumn of 1968 to the spring of 1971, when I was assigned to Ramey Air Force Base, northeast of Aguadilla.
Muneki Apartments, Aguadilla, PR--This 124-unit multifamily property received $3,512,000 funded under the FHA 223(f) product line.
The company has wholly owned wafer fabrication plants in Boise, Idaho, Manassas, Virginia, Kiryat Gat, Israel, Agrate and Avezzano, Italy, and Singapore; wholly owned assembly and test operations in Boise, Idaho, Xia[euro](tm)an, China, Muar, Malaysia, and Singapore; and memory module assembly operations in Boise, Idaho, Singapore and Aguadilla, Puerto Rico.
In Puerto Rico, JetBlue currently serves San Juan, Aguadilla and Ponce, with service to twelve nonstop destinations, eight within the continental U.
Laguerre de la Universidad de Puerto Rico en Aguadilla.
Es profesor de la Universidad de Puerto Rico en Aguadilla.
She also leaves two granddaughters, Patricia Lynch of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico and Kathryn Coller of Philadelphia, and a niece and nephew.