Air Jamaica’s Transition to Caribbean Airlines to Begin in April

A preliminary targeted transaction date of April 12 has been set by which the operations of Air Jamaica will begin the transition to Caribbean Airlines.

This transaction date dovetails with the airline’s major schedule change that was previously announced. However, the transaction date could change as the details of the transition are finalized. The transition to Caribbean Airlines will be phased over a period of up to one year, in order to ensure that customers will continue to be provided with the best possible travel experience.

Air Jamaica aircraft will continue to be utilized during the transition period. Current Air Jamaica pilots, flight crews and ground staff will operate the aircraft for the schedule already published. All customer services, including reservations, website and sales, will continue to operate in much the same way as today, for a period of time.

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