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AIR JAMAICA RETURNS TO GRAND CAYMAN

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Air Jamaica: "Summer flights from New York to Barbados and Grenada

KINGSTON, JUNE 02, 2010—Air Jamaica today announced the resumption of service to Grand Cayman and the return of its popular summer service from New York (JFK) to Barbados and Grenada.

“We are excited about the return to these Caribbean markets. Jamaica and Grand Cayman have shared strong ties for many years, and our service to Barbados and Grenada gives the Diaspora the most convenient way to go home for festivals, fun and family,” said Bruce Nobles, Air Jamaica’s President and CEO.

Starting July 1, Air Jamaica will operate daily service between Kingston and Grand Cayman.

The summer non-stop service from New York, when approved by their respective governments, will operate three times weekly on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sunday to Barbados, and four times weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays to Grenada.

Flight JM069
Departs - Kingston at 10:35am
Arrives - Grand Cayman at 11:30am
Service - Daily

Flight JM068
Departs - Grand Cayman 12:30pm
Arrives - Kingston 1:25pm
Service - Daily

Flight JM090
Departs - New York 12:40am
Arrives - Barbados 5:40am
Service - Tues, Thu, Sun

Flight JM091
Departs - Barbados 6:40am
Arrives - New York 11:40am
Service - Tues, Thu, Sun

Flight JM094
Departs - New York 12:40am
Arrives - Grenada 5:40am
Service - Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat

Flight JM095
Departs - Grenada 6:40am
Arrives - New York 11:40am
Service - Mon, Wed, Fri, Sat


In addition to convenient flights, passengers also have several new reasons to choose Air Jamaica this summer:

* 2 bags free in Lovebird Economy class
* Double Rewards Miles for 7th Heaven Rewards members who book Lovebird Executive Class
* 10% Discount for accompanied children and senior citizens
* Student waivers for date changes
* 15% discount on personal cargo shipments for ticketed passengers.

The airline has already announced an increase in flights to New York and Toronto from Jamaica, as well as its return to Nassau.
With the inauguration of service to Grand Cayman, Barbados and Grenada, Air Jamaica’s summer schedule will have more than 182 weekly flights to eight destinations.
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