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Air Jamaica

Air Jamaica has scheduled service with over 360 flights a week to the Caribbean from New York, Boston, Newark, Chicago, Philadelphia, Baltimore/Washington, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Orlando, Houston, Ft. Lauderdale and Miami.

One of there newly acquired Transatlantic A-340’s began Non-Stop, Wide-Body Service between New York and Kingston with additional Non-Stops to Barbados and Grenada. Recent Gateway openings include London (Heathrow) and Manchester, England, with Barbados, St. Lucia, Grenada, Antigua, Bonaire, Curaçao and Cuba in the Caribbean.

Air Jamaica Quick Facts

• The government holds 25% with 5% of the stock reserved for employee investment.
• Continual operations since 1969
• 40 world wide destinations

Air Jamaica History

The airline began its operations in April 1969, with nonstop flights from Kingston and Montego Bay to New York and Miami. At that time, the airline was owned by the Government of Jamaica, with a minority interest held by Air Canada, which provided the equipment, technology, training, pilots and some top management.

Contact Air Jamaica

Air Jamaica
Charles Spence
4 St. Lucia Avenue
Kingston 5, Jamaica
Phone: 876-922-3460

Website: Air Jamaica

August 22nd 2011
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