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Air Jamaica increases seats to Barbados and Grenada

Caribbean Net News: "KINGSTON, Jamaica: Air Jamaica is increasing its seat capacity from John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York to both Barbados and Grenada, effective April 1, 2008.

Paul Pennicook, Air Jamaica's Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales, announced that the Caribbean carrier will continue to serve the New York-Barbados route with daily non-stop flights, upgrading the existing A-320 Airbus aircraft to the larger A-321 which carries an additional 38 seats."

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