Premier Dunkley’s Trip To Miami Cost $258.77

November 2, 2015

A trip in October 2015 by Premier Michael Dunkley to the Miami to attend the KPMG Infrastructure Summit cost $258.77, according to a recent listing on the Government’s travel webpage.

The trip duration was listed as from Monday, October 05, 2015 – Tuesday, October 06, 2015, and the web page listing said, “The Premier and Minister of National Security, the Hon. Michael H. Dunkley, was invited to be the keynote speaker at the KPMG Infrastructure Summit, held in Miami Florida on 5th October.

“Premier Dunkley’s presentation was entitled “America’s Cup 2017 and Beyond …a Lasting Legacy”. As the Premier took personal leave around his attendance at the conference, there was no cost for air travel for the Bermuda Government.

“The Premier was accompanied by the Secretary to the Cabinet, Dr. Derrick Binns.”


  • Air Travel: $
  • Ground Transportation: $
  • Accommodation: $258.77
  • Meals: $
  • Miscellaneous: $
  • Total Cost: $258.77

The $258.77 cost for the trip is the second lowest cost for a trip since the webpage went live, second only to a trip to the Bahamas by Minister of Home Affairs Michael Fahy which cost $169.88.

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  1. Now that’s the difference between the One Bermuda Alliance as our Government in comparison to the former Progressive Labour Party Government. Accountability…

  2. Warwick pond skink says:

    Certainly not how the previous Government would have handled it!

  3. Vulcan Trash Cleaner says:

    who paid for the Air Fare or was AA milked?

  4. Cup Of Tea Anyone? says:

    Good job sir! Saving money on airfare so we can buy more tea!