Air Jamaica amps up summer schedule
Air Jamaica will be adding more flights to New York and Toronto this summer. What's more, the airline will be bringing back service to Nassau and dropping service to Baltimore.
“In developing the new schedule we placed a lot of emphases on making flight times convenient, and we are sure this will prove a big win with our customers,” said Bruce Nobles, the airline’s President and CEO.
Starting July 1, Air Jamaica’s summer schedule is as follows:
- 5 daily flights to New York
- 4 daily flights to Fort Lauderdale
- 2 daily flights to Toronto
- Daily flights to Philadelphia
- Daily flights to Nassau
Service to New York will be available twice daily by Air Jamaica from Montego Bay and three times daily from Kingston, including an 11:55pm "Nitebird" flight which arrives in New York at 4:40am.
The addition of a daily flight between Kingston and Toronto will depart at 1:25am, which gives passengers plenty of time to catch some sleep before arriving in Canada's largest city.
The new summer schedule includes the return of daily service to Nassau, but effective July 1, 2010 the airline will suspend service to Baltimore and carry those planes over to routes with higher demand.
Source: Air Jamaica