Jamaica’s airline quits Cayman route

| 26/02/2009

(Radio Jamaica): Air Jamaica will cease operating some of its traditional routes today as part of the airline’s new business plan which was made public last month. The Jamaican carrier will no longer serve Atlanta, Los Angeles, Miami or the Cayman Islands routes as part of plans to make it profitable by 2010. According to Bruce Bowen, President and Chief Executive Officer of Air Jamaica, the changes are well underway. "The new schedule goes into effect (26 February) and that schedule was loaded weeks and weeks ago so most passengers have (already) been re-accommodated," he said.

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  1. Anonymous says:

    This is goodnews for Cayman Airways.  It has long been known that GCM-KIN is a profitable route and for all the criticism that Jamaican nationals receive, they do like to visit home often and Cayman Airways should take full advantage and consider offering a connection to Miami through Kingston as well as increase frequency to Kingston from Grand Cayman.