Kingston, Jamaica, March 13, 2008: The management of the airline addressed Travel Agents, Informal Commercial Imports (ICI’s) and the media last night, rolling out the new summer schedule.
The presentation was made by Senior Vice President Sales & Marketing,
Paul Pennicook who noted that the new schedule is operationally driven and will enable the operation of a reliable, consistent, efficient and on-time service. He says the airline is fulfilling its role to fly where Jamaicans are, while facilitating the tourist traffic but doing so in line with what is economical.
The schedule includes route adjustments and changes some of which includes
the reintroduction of the Early Bird, JM021/20, non-stop service between Kingston and Miami, a codeshare agreement between Air Jamaica and Virgin Atlantic for service over Miami, the introduction of daily service to Orlando and the introduction of nonstop service between Kingston and Nassau, the introduction of two morning flight (Friday and Sunday) and two mid-afternoon flights per week (Monday and Thursday) to Grand Cayman, just to name a few.
The new schedule will take effect on April 1, 2008.