St Helena: Landing a Future for a South Atlantic Island
In October 2017, the first ever commercial flight landed on St Helena, one of the world's remotest islands. There had been delays building,certifying, and opening the airport due to unforeseen wind conditions. Now that weekly commercial flights had finally begun, how should the island's Economic Development Board approach the next phase of the long-term strategy to boost St Helena's economy through tourism? Kirsty Joshua is affiliated with . Christopher Williams is affiliated with Durham University.