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New Charter Service from Fort Lauderdale to Ocho Rios by QCAS AERO

[OCHO RIOS, Jamaica] Jamaica is pleased to welcome yet another option for air travelers with the arrival yesterday of the inaugural QCAS Aero non-stop charter flight from Fort Lauderdale International Airport to the Ian Fleming International Airport in Ocho Rios, Jamaica. The new charter service is specifically targeting high-end travelers. Plus, provides ease of access throughout the island.to other resort areas like Portland.

QCAS Charter Flight to Ocho Rios Jamaica
Director of Tourism, Jamaica Tourist Board, Donovan White shares the lens with QCAS Captain Nidio Hernandez, The Honorable Audley Shaw, Minister of Transport and Mining, Jamaica, and the Honorable Robert Montague, Member of Parliament for St. Mary Western, at the Ian Fleming International Airport in Ocho Rios.

“I am very pleased to welcome this new charter flight to Ocho Rios by QCAS,” said Director of Tourism, Jamaica Tourist Board, Donovan White. White was on site to welcome the flight. “This new convenient option for high-end travelers directly supports the development of the ‘Jamaica Revere’ zone being created from Oracabessa to Port Antonio while helping us continue our path to recovery as we build back more sustainably, more inclusively and more resiliently for the future.”

Going First Class

The flight will depart from QCAS’ exclusive facility at Fort Lauderdale International Airport. Best of all, away from the large crowds and bustle of regular commercial traffic. With 30 seats on board its turbojet aircraft. Passengers are assured maximum comfort in seats that exceed standard First-Class seating legroom. The personalized experience can be tailored to meet any passenger whim. Every guest is treated to top shelf beverages, healthy menu options and personalized concierge attention from check in to arrival at their resort or villa.

Increased Access to Jamaica

These flights increase ease of access to Jamaica by air and support the recovery and growth of the tourism sector. For summer 2022, Jamaica is projecting stopover arrivals of more than 800,000, or more than 85% of pre-pandemic 2019 levels, with stopover arrival expenditures reaching over $1.1 billion or more than 90% of pre-pandemic 2019 levels.

 

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