The information says American Airlines will operate daily flights from Kingston to Miami starting June 4. In addition, the airline will also have daily flights from Montego Bay to Miami and Charlotte also starting on Thursday.
The Embassy says United Airlines will operate weekly Saturday flights from Montego Bay to Newark Liberty International Airport starting on June 6
FLIGHT ALERT ✈️— US Embassy Jamaica (@USEmbassyJA) May 29, 2020
American Airlines will operate daily flights from KIN to MIA starting June 4. They will be operating daily flights from MBJ to MIA and CLT (Charlotte) also starting on June 4.
United will be operating weekly Saturday flights from MBJ to EWR starting on June 6.
Delta will operate flights from KIN to ATL on Mondays and Thursdays starting June 8.— US Embassy Jamaica (@USEmbassyJA) May 29, 2020
Air Canada will operate flights from KIN to TOR (Toronto) on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting June 2.
British Airways will operate a special flight from KIN to LHR (London) Wednesday, June 3.
Earlier this week, in a post on her Facebook page, Jamaica’s Ambassador to the United States, Audrey Markes, said discussions were underway with the various airlines for regular commercial flights to resume in June for returning Jamaicans.
Jamaica’s top diplomat to Washington advised: “So if you have a valid ticket to travel to Jamaica in June, we advise you to keep that booking.
If you do not yet have a ticket, you may await the flight schedules so you can pick a convenient travel date accordingly,” Markes said.
She said for persons planning to travel from Atlanta Georgia (ATL), John F. Kennedy in New York, (JFK) or from Baltimore Washington International (BWI), and persons preferring home quarantine, these protocols are now being finalized.
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