Air Jamaica to Maintain Cargo Operations in Three Markets


Air Jamaica’s President and CEO Bruce R. Nobles confirmed that the airline will maintain its current cargo services from Miami, Los Angeles, and Atlanta, despite its soon-to-be discontinued passenger service from these cities as part of its 2009 Business Plan. The recently announced plan is designed to improve productivity and bring the airline’s unit costs in line with international norms.

Our cargo business is not only important to our own operations, but also plays an important role in Jamaica’s productive sector. We are not making any changes and our cargo customers can continue to depend on us,” Nobles said in a written release.


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