Air Jamaica Having Summer Success

Air Jamaica says that it is having an impressive summer season with increased passenger loads in July over the corresponding period last year, and strong advance bookings for August, the airline reports. For July, it has experienced a system-wide load factor of more than 80 percent. In fact, this was topped by the New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore/Washington and Bonaire routes, which had load factors of 90 percent or better. During July, Air Jamaica flew more than 200,000 passengers, a nine percent increase over July 2006. Visit [www.airjamaica.com].

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