KINGSTON, JAMAICA – May 24, 2010 – Air Jamaica has announced the rescheduling of four flights tomorrow, Tuesday, May 25, due to the unrest in Kingston.
– JM015 scheduled to depart Kingston at 6:10 am, will now depart at 7:40 am and arrive New York (JFK) at 12.25pm
– JM014 scheduled to depart New York (JFK) at 12:15 pm, will now depart at 1:40 pm and arrive Kingston at 4.30 pm
– JM031 scheduled to depart Kingston at 6:00 am, will now depart at 8.00 am and arrive Fort Lauderdale at 10:40 am
– JM030 scheduled to depart Fort Lauderdale at 9:55 am, will now depart at 11:40 am and arrive Kingston at 12:20 pm
“We have made these flight adjustments to ensure the safety of our passengers and staff especially when travelling at night or early morning, due to the present security concerns in Kingston. All other Air Jamaica flights are operating as scheduled,” said Bruce Nobles, the airline’s President and CEO.
Passengers should contact Air Jamaica’s Reservations Center at 1-800-523-5585 for updates and to revise their itineraries. Updates will also be available in the media and on the website www.AirJamaica.com.
Operations continue as scheduled at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay.
About Air Jamaica
Air Jamaica offers the most nonstop flights between the U.S. and Jamaica with more than 161 weekly flights, including service between Jamaica and Toronto, New York (JFK), Baltimore, Philadelphia, and Fort Lauderdale. Voted “The Caribbean’s Leading Airline” for 12 consecutive years, Air Jamaica offers one of the industry’s most generous rewards programs, 7th Heaven Rewards, along with award-winning entertainment—SkyWritings magazine and the video Island Stylee. On May 1, 2010, Air Jamaica joined forces with Caribbean Airlines, and over the course of an expected 12-month transition per