Jamaica and JetBlue partner to host destination’s first All You Can Jet Pass meet up

MONTEGO BAY, Jamaica – Jamaica and JetBlue are hosting the destination’s first All You Can Jet Pass Meet Up on September 23 at Scotchies in Montego Bay, Jamaica. The destination and airline are spreading the word via Facebook and Twitter that All You Can Jet Pass holders who stop by Scotchies at 4 p.m. simply need to show their pass and they’ll receive a complimentary Red Stripe with each entrée order.

Scotchies, an authentic thatched barbecue pit famous for its Jamaican jerk, is located just one mile from the Montego Bay airport on Falmouth Road. The popular restaurant offers visitors traditional Jamaican fare, including jerk pork, chicken and fish; roasted yams; and breadfruit to soak up the signature sizzling Scotch Bonnet hot sauce. With JetBlue’s continually growing service to both Montego Bay and Kingston, the Jamaica Tourist Board felt a meet up at Scotchies would give pass holders an authentic Jamaican experience and opportunity to connect and swap travel stories with other pass holders.

“We look forward to hosting the first Jamaica All You Can Jet Pass Meet Up,” said John Lynch, Jamaica’s Director of Tourism. “With travelers increasingly looking to social networks as a source for meeting new people while exploring a new destination, we greatly value our partnership with JetBlue and the opportunity to give their All You Can Jet Pass holders a location to meet and enjoy the mouth watering tastes of Jamaica.”

”We’re excited to see the All You Can Jet pass is inspiring customers across many communities to rally around the JetBlue network,” said Umang Gupta, director of market planning at JetBlue. “Whether they set out for more face time with important clients, plan to visit 29 cities in 29 days or just meet up for a good barbecue, we are pleased to see how this year’s community of Jetters use the pass and create memories that will last a lifetime.”

JetBlue All You Can Jet Pass holders can find information about this meet up on the Jamaica Tourist Board’s Facebook and Twitter pages. Visit us at or

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