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In anticipation of the busy summer travel season, Air Jamaica will add two weekly non-stop flights from New York /JFK to Grenada, bringing the airline’s total weekly Grenada flights to four.
Beginning June 26, this year, Air Jamaica will add a Friday flight; and beginning July 13, the company will add a Monday flight. The airline currently operates two weekly, non-stop flights on Wednesday and Saturday.
“We want to make travel convenient for our valued customers, by offering more flight options during the busy summer months,” Air Jamaica’s Senior Director, Sales, George deMercado, told JIS News.
“The increase in service to Grenada was made possible by close co-operation with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Tourism, through the Grenada Board of Tourism, and members of the Grenada Airlift Committee,” he added.
All flights to Grenada will feature Air Jamaica’s generous baggage allowance, of up to two pieces of checked luggage per passenger in Economy Class, and free in-flight entertainment.
The airline’s newly revised schedule comprises 218 weekly flights to 13 destinations, with service between Jamaica and Toronto, New York (JFK), Chicago (O’Hare), Baltimore, Philadelphia, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Curacao and Nassau, as well as service between New York and Barbados and New York and Grenada.

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