Air Jamaica has announced that beginning September 9, 2003 it will reschedule its service from Orlando to Jamaica so that flights will arrive in its Montego Bay hub in time to connect with its onward service to the Caribbean.
Air Jamaica flight JM 80 will depart from Orlando
International Airport at 8:50am and arrive Montego Bay at 10:35am, in time to connect with the airline’s onward flights to Antigua, Barbados, Bonaire, Curaçao, Grand Cayman, Grenada, Nassau, Providenciales in the Turks & Caicos islands, Santo Domingo and St. Lucia. Flight JM 81 departs Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay at 5:45pm, arriving in Orlando at 8:40pm.
“We’re very excited about the expansion of our Orlando service”, said Air Jamaica’s Vice President of Marketing & Sales, Allen Chastanet. “Now our Orlando passengers can enjoy our champagne service non-stop to Jamaica and make easy, convenient connections through our hub to the other idyllic Caribbean destinations we serve.”
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