Air Jamaica is first commercial airline to arrive in Jamaica after Hurricane Dean

KINGSTON, Jamaica – Air Jamaica Flight #034 from Ft. Lauderdale arrived in Montego Bay’s Donald Sangster International Airport at 5:18 p.m. yesterday, making it the first commercial flight back to Jamaica after Hurricane Dean.

“As Jamaica’s National Carrier, it was important for us to be the first to resume operations and get back to business in Jamaica. By reinstating flights quickly and offering an extraordinary Guaranteed Travel Program for our customers, we hope to recuperate very soon from the setbacks caused by Hurricane Dean” said Paul Pennicook, senior vice president, sales and marketing for Air Jamaica.

Kingston’s Norman Manley International Airport resumed operations this morning at 9 a.m. Through the untiring efforts of the Air Jamaica staff, the first Air Jamaica departure is flight #037 to Ft. Lauderdale scheduled now for 2:40 p.m. Eastern. The first Air Jamaica arrival was flight #016 from New York’s JFK scheduled for 12:45 p.m. Eastern.

Passengers are being asked to visit or call Air Jamaica reservations for up-to-date information regarding your flight. In Jamaica: 1-888-FLY-AIR-J ; In the USA, Canada or the Caribbean: 1-800-523-5585; In the UK: 0-208-570-5999

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