KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — A fire destroyed part of a building at a major Jamaican airport, but nobody was hurt and the terminal was not affected, officials said Thursday.

The blaze broke out late Wednesday at a building housing the crew room at Sangster International Airport in the northern tourist town of Montego Bay, according to firefighters and police.

Airport spokeswoman Elizabeth Scutton said two flights were delayed for about 15 minutes because of the fire. Nobody was injured.

Fire investigators were trying to determine the cause of the blaze, which razed the crew room and other sections of the building, and airport authorities were assessing the damage.

Officials said Thursday operations were normal at Sangster, the airport most used by tourists who fly to the Caribbean island.