The 140-year-old company has worked on several Canadian landmarks, including the CN Tower, Vancouvers Sky Train and the Halifax Shipyard.CCCC International, also known as CCCI, is the overseas investment and finance arm of China Communications Construction Company, one of the worlds largest engineering and construction groups and majority owned by the Chinese government.Previously known as the Bermuda Department of Civil Aviation, which was established in 1931, the new BCAA became a newly formed Authority on October 1st, 2016.
The state-run company has also been linked to the construction of artificial islands in the South China Sea, which has upped tension between China and other Asian countries.
Canadian Crown Corporation and its subcontractor Aecon struck a $250 million deal with the Bermuda Government in 2014 to design, build and operate a new airport for 30 years in a public-private partnership arrangement.
A number of flights were impacted by the airport closure.
Mr Adderley said: American Airlines from Miami is en route after being delayed due to the crash.
The current Registry includes a mix of both private aircraft and commercial aircraft operated under Article 83 bis Agreements.2018. The president of Bermudas airport contractor said it was business as usual after the Canadian government blocked its $1.5 billion sale to a Chinese company amid national security fears.
Steve Nackan of Aecon said the axed sale of the firm to CCC International, majority owned by the Chinese government, would make no difference to its business.
The decision sparked fury in the then-Opposition Progressive Labour Party, which later, after it won the 2017 election, decided it would not be feasible to tear up the contract.
A demonstration outside the House of Assembly in December 2016 to prevent the deal being discussed turned ugly, with protesters pepper sprayed by police and officers assaulted.
He added that Aecon did not own any intellectual property or sensitive technology related to nuclear energy.
The acquisition of Aecon by the Chinese firm had already cleared most hurdles after the deal was backed by Aecon shareholders, and received court approval and clearance from Canadas competition regulator.
That section allows the government to order a review if the minister considers that the investment could be injurious to national security.