Air Jamaica Introduces Barbados Summer Vacation Deal

 

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For all those in the tri-state area looking for a summer holiday to the Caribbean, or for those who simply want to go home for the summer, Air Jamaica, Barbados and STS Vacations have introduced the Bajan Invasion vacation package.
 

From July 2 to August 30, Air Jamaica will operate two weekly flights between New York and Barbados. Starting at $500 per person (plus tax $82.70), inclusive of hotel and airfare, travelers can enjoy a three-night Barbados escape just in time for the island’s famed Crop Over celebration.

Air Jamaica’s twice weekly flights will depart from John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) each Thursday and Sunday at 12:50 a.m. and arrive in Barbados (BGI) at 5 a.m. The return flight will depart Barbados at 6:30 a.m. and arrive at JFK at 11:30 a.m.  Included in the package is a three-night stay at The Rostrevor Hotel, roundtrip airport transfers, and a complimentary Gourmet Card.

Visit www.stsvacations.com


 

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