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About Fly Jamaica Airways

Fly Jamaica Airways was a Jamaican airline headquartered in Kingston, Jamaica. Fly Jamaica Airways's main hub was at Norman Manley International Airport (formerly Palisadoes Airport) which is an international airport that serves Kingston. In September 2012, Fly Jamaica Airways was certified by the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority (JCAA) and was then permitted to operate in the United States later that year. The airline's inaugural flight to New York took place in February 2013. In June 2014, Fly Jamaica Airways acquired a new Boeing 767-300ER which was flown to Kingston to commence their flight schedule. The new aircraft was to increase flight operations to New York, to a daily service. Fly Jamaica was founded in 2011 and started operations on February 14, 2013. In that first year, it carried roughly 50,000 passengers.

In March 2019, the airline was forced to terminate all operations after a long spell of financial trouble.

Fly Jamaica Airways Fleet

The Fly Jamaica Airways fleet included the following aircraft:

Boeing 767-300ER

Fly Jamaica Airways Destinations

Fly Jamaica Airways flew to many destinations in North and South America :

Toronto - Canada

Kingston - Jamaica

New York City - United States

Georgetown - Guyana

Havana - Cuba

Fly Jamaica Airways Baggage Allowance

Fly Jamaica Airways Carry-on Baggage

Fly Jamaica Airways allowed customers flying in all classes to bring on one carry-on bag at a maximum weight of 10kg. The bag had to fit within the overall dimensions of 115cm.

Fly Jamaica Airways Checked Baggage

Fly Jamaica Airways allowed customers flying in Economy Class to bring on two checked bags at a maximum weight of 23kg per bag. Fly Jamaica Airways allowed customers flying in Business Class to bring on two checked bags at a maximum weight of 32kg per bag. The bag couldn't exceed the overall dimensions of 158cm. If a passenger exceeded the maximum number of bags permitted and/or the maximum weight allowed for each bag or the maximum dimensions permitted for each checked or carry-on bag, the passenger was subject to the excess baggage charges.

Fly Jamaica Airways Check-In

Fly Jamaica Airways Online Check-In

Unfortunately, Fly Jamaica Airways never offered online check-in.

Fly Jamaica Airways Airport Check-in

Passengers flying on Fly Jamaica airways were asked to arrive at the airport for check-in three hours before their departure times on both domestic and international routes. For flights to New York, passengers should have arrived at the airport check-in desk four hours before departure time. Boarding closed 45 minutes before all Fly Jamaica Airways flights.

Economy Class

Economy Class offered a simple but comfortable cabin. Seats were set out in a 3 x 3 formation.

Business Class

Business Class seats were set out in a 2 x 2 formation. The extra space within the cabin allowed each seat to be larger than Economy Class seats.

Business Class passengers were attended to by the airline's specially trained Business Class cabin crew.

Fly Jamaica Airways Hub Airport

Norman Manley International Airport

Fly Jamaica Airways was based at Norman Manley International Airport, which is the main airport serving airport for Kingston in Jamaica and is located 19km from the centre of New Kingston. It is Jamaica's second busiest airport, serving over 1.5 million passengers annually. Over 130 international flights per week depart from Norman Manley International Airport. The airport is also the hub for Caribbean Airlines. This airline also operates flights for a number of airlines, including British Airways, JetBlue Airways, WestJet, and previously Air Jamaica.

Outside of Manley International Airport