Air Jamaica adds flights for Summer demand

24th May 2006

In response to passenger demand, Air Jamaica will increase the number of flights it operates out of select destinations, this summer.During the period June 26 to September 10, 2006, Air Jamaica will operate extra flights between Kingston and Montego Bay and New York as well as between Grenada and New York.

There will be two extra flights each week between New York and Montego Bay adding approximately 800 seats per week and four extra flights between Kingston and New York adding approximately 1200 seats per week to the original schedule.

Flights between New York and Grenada will now be increased to five (5) flights per week up from four (4).  This change will add approximately 800 more seats per week to the original schedule.


Chief Revenue Officer, Tom Hill says the decision to add the extra flights is based on the demand for additional seats during the busy summer period. He says Air Jamaica monitors forward bookings and will always respond to the needs of our valued passengers.



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