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Caribbean Net News: Air Jamaica bouyant about Barbados and eastern Caribbean

Caribbean Net News: "Air Jamaica operates daily Airbus A-320 service between John F. Kennedy International (JFK) Airport in New York and Grantley Adams International Airport in Barbados with 138 seats in Economy and 12 in Executive Business Class. This service continues to St. Lucia four (4) days a week and to Grenada three (3) days a week. This new schedule also offers daily direct service to Montego Bay, Jamaica via St. Lucia or Grenada, offering further connections to and from Air Jamaica's US gateways in Atlanta, Baltimore/Washington DC, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, Miami, New York (JFK) and Philadelphia. "

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