Jamaica Welcomes New Seasonal US Airways Service


Jamaica’s winter season kicks off with US Airways’ new nonstop service between Phoenix and Montego Bay. Scheduled to start December 17, the seasonal service will run until April 12, perfect timing to accommodate travelers during the island’s busy winter tourist season.

The flights will be operated using Airbus A319 aircraft which offers seating for 12 in first class and 112 in the main cabin. Montego Bay is the first nonstop Caribbean destination from US Airways’ Phoenix hub. US Airways customers are currently able to fly nonstop to Montego Bay from the airline’s Philadelphia and Charlotte hubs, as well as Boston.

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