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With over 30 years of service and the most modern fleet in the western hemisphere, Air Jamaica provides more non-stop flights from its North American gateways to the Caribbean than any other carrier serving the region.

IATA designator: JM
ICAO designator: AJM
IATA Category: I
Numeric Code: 201
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To help you find your Caribbean flights with Air Jamaica, see our routes:
- Flights from Grenada (Grenada) to Bridgetown (Barbados)   
- Flights from Kingston (Jamaica) to Grand Cayman (Cayman Islands)   
- Flights from Montego Bay (Jamaica) to Bonaire (Bonaire)   
- Flights from Montego Bay (Jamaica) to Curacao (Curacao)   
- Flights from Montego Bay (Jamaica) to Nassau (Bahamas)   
- Flights from Montego Bay (Jamaica) to Bridgetown (Barbados)   
- Flights from Montego Bay (Jamaica) to Grand Cayman (Cayman Islands)   
- Flights from Montego Bay (Jamaica) to Grenada (Grenada)   
- Flights from Montego Bay (Jamaica) to Kingston (Jamaica)   
- Flights from Montego Bay (Jamaica) to Ocho Rios (Jamaica)   
Air Jamaica Practical Information
› Check-In Information
Due to international processing and increased security requirements, Air Jamaica suggest that you arrive at the airport at least 2 ½ hours prior to your departure time to allow sufficient time to complete all necessary processing and documentation. Your reservations may be cancelled if you are not at the check-in counter at least 60 minutes prior to departure. You should be at the boarding gate at least 30 minutes before your flight is scheduled to depart.
› Baggage
Carry-On Baggage:

- Maximum one piece

- Maximum weight 30 lbs (14 kg) on flights between USA and the Caribbean, 22 lbs (10 kg) on flights to or from Canada, and 10lbs (4 kg) on flights to or from the UK.

- Maximum size for a carry-on bag is approximately 45” (114 cm). Maximum baggage size is measured by length + width + height.

- All carry-on bags must be capable of fitting under the seat in front of you or in an overhead compartment.

- Common sharp objects like scissors, knives, razors, tweezers and nail-clips are not permitted in carry-on baggage and should be packed in checked luggage only - On full flights there is a possibility that all carry-on baggage cannot be accepted in the cabin and may be removed and checked at the gate.

Restricted Articles: For your protection, hazardous materials including but not limited to explosives, compressed gases, lighter fluid, flammable solids, oxidizers, car batteries, poisons, corrosives, radioactive materials, ‘strike anywhere’ matches, loaded firearms and common household agents such as bleach, cooking oil, drain openers, cleansers, etc., are forbidden on board the aircraft either in your baggage or on your person.
Air Jamaica History
Air Jamaica began operations in 1966 as the first Jamaican based international airline. It was governed by a tripartite agreement between the government of Jamaica, BWIA, and BOAC (now British Airways). However, on April 1, 1969, Air Jamaica limited was born with the Government of Jamaica holding majority shares in the airline. Air Canada held a minority interest and provided equipment, technology, training, pilots, and some top management. Then in 1984, the Jamaican government acquired the airline through a “buy back” agreement with Air Canada. Ten years later, in 1994, the Government of Jamaica embarked on a privatization exercise. The Gordon “Butch” Stewart led Air Jamaica Acquisition Group (AJAG) acquired majority ownership of the national airline with the government retaining a minority stake.

In 2004, after severe turbulence in the airline industry and massive financial losses, the government of Jamaica reclaimed full control of Air Jamaica. Businessman, O.K. Melhado is chairman of the board and veteran airline executive, Mike Conway is the president and CEO.
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