Beginning March 11, 2007 Air Jamaica will introduce Sunday flights between Montego Bay and Curaçao.
This is in direct response to increased demand especially from the local business community as well as travel agents in North America wishing to sell Curaçao through the Montego Bay Hub.
Chief Revenue Officer, Tom Hill, says he is confident that our new service will complement Air Jamaica’s existing service while creating a more convenient and efficient schedule for passengers.
Air Jamaica’s State of the art A321 aircraft will continue to provide service between Montego Bay and Curacao every Tuesday and Thursday, with the Tuesday return flight operating non-stop to Kingston.
Air Jamaica provides more non-stop flights to Jamaica than any other carrier with more than 270 flights per week from Atlanta, Baltimore/Washington, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, New York (JFK), Orlando, and Philadelphia in the United States; Toronto in Canada; and from London in the United Kingdom to Montego Bay and Kingston. Air Jamaica also offers non-stop service between New York (JFK) and Grenada; New York and St. Lucia; and direct service between New York and Barbados.
Air Jamaica offers intra-regional service with flights between Jamaica and The Bahamas, Barbados, Bonaire, Cuba, Curaçao, Grand Cayman and St. Lucia. The airline’s code share agreement with Delta Air Lines, its joint fare arrangements and compatible schedules with United Airlines, and other US carriers, extend its access to more than 150 cities within the continental United States.
For more information on schedules and fares, visit www.airjamaica.com or call Air Jamaica reservations at 1-888-FLY AIRJ (359-2475) if calling from Jamaica; 1-800-523-5585 if calling from the US, Canada and the Caribbean; or 44(0)-208-570-7999 if calling from the UK and Europe.