Air Jamaica Boosts Schedule for Summer, Suspends Baltimore Flight

Air Jamaica kicks off summer with the addition of flights to New York and Toronto, the reintroduction of service to Nassau and the suspension of flights to Baltimore.

Air Jamaica will suspend service to Baltimore effective July 1, utilizing the aircraft on other routes with stronger demand.

Starting July 1, Air Jamaica’s summer schedule is as follows: five daily flights to New York; four daily flights to Fort Lauderdale; two daily flights to Toronto; one daily flight to Philadelphia and one daily flight to Nassau.

Air Jamaica’s service to New York offers two daily flights from Montego Bay and three daily flights from Kingston, including the Nitebird, which departs Kingston at 11.55 p.m., arriving in New York at 4:40 a.m.

The additional daily flight between Kingston and Toronto will depart Kingston at 1:25 a.m., allowing passengers to sleep on board, and then enjoy a full day of activities in Toronto. Passengers destined for Kingston will also have the option of an early arrival.

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