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Jamaica Gleaner News - Air Jamaica boosting capacity - Adding 28,000 more seats to US route for summer - Monday | June 18, 2007

Jamaica Gleaner News - Air Jamaica boosting capacity - Adding 28,000 more seats to US route for summer - Monday June 18, 2007: "Air Jamaica will add 28,000 seats to meet the predicted vibrant and busy summer traffic from New York, says the airline's senior vice-president of sales and marketing, Paul Pennicook.
In an interview with The Gleaner at the Caribbean Tourism Organisation's (CTO) Caribbean Week in Manhattan, New York, last Thursday, Pennicook said that the extra section will run from June 29 to September 3."

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