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Though much has changed since, allegations of criminal activities continue to plague Sint Maarten. Religions of Sint Maarten - Roman Catholic 33.1% - Pentecostal 14.7% - Methodist 10.0% - None 7.9% - Seventh-day Adventist 6.6% - Hindu 5.2% - Christian 4.1% - Baptist 4.7% - Anglican 3.1% - No response 2.4% - Other Protestant 2.8% - Jehovah's Witness 1.7% - Evangelical 1.4% - Other (includes Buddhist, Sikh, Rastafarian) 1.3% - Islam/Jewish 1.1% Languages Spoken - English 67.5% - Spanish 12.9% - Creole 8.2% - French 6.6% - Dutch 4.2% - Other 3.5% - Papiamento 1.5% English is the day-to-day administrative language and language of communication in Sint Maarten, and the first language of the majority; the government uses Dutch when communicating with the Dutch government and formerly did so with the Netherlands Antilles government. The government continues to produce Dutch-language documents.
Hurricane Irma caused extensive damage in September 2017.
With a population of 40,120 on an area of 37 km2 (14 sq mi), it encompasses the southern 40% of the divided island of Saint Martin, while the northern 60% of the island constitutes the French overseas collectivity of Saint-Martin. Before 10 October 2010, Sint Maarten was known as the Island Territory of Sint Maarten and was one of five island territories that constituted the Netherlands Antilles.
On 6 and 7 September 2017 the island was hit by Category 5 Hurricane Irma, which caused widespread and significant damage to buildings and infrastructure.
A new departure lounge was being used during rebuilding of the original facility.
The General General Aviation building was being used for passengers arriving on the island.