Jamaica has welcomed the arrival of American Airlines on a brand new flight from Philadelphia International Airport.
The first aircraft touched down at Norman Manley International Airport (KIN) in Kingston earlier.
The route will present one other handy possibility for travellers from the north-east of the United States to get to island.
“We are very pleased to welcome this new service from our largest air passenger carrier, American Airlines,” mentioned director of tourism, Jamaica, Donovan White.
“These new flights to Jamaica from Philadelphia present extra handy choices for guests and Caribbean nationals from the north-eastern United States to journey to island.
“With a big diaspora inhabitants residing on this area, it should now be simpler than ever for them to fly proper into Kingston.
“We are further grateful to American for inaugurating this additional service at the ideal time of year to impact Jamaica’s high season arrivals.”
According to Jim Tyrrell, chief income officer at Philadelphia International Airport, Kingston is a vacation spot that meets the factors for what travellers are in search of.
“As passengers have resumed their travel, the top destinations we have seen people traveling to are those that have sun, sand and beaches and also those where they can visit their families and friends,” mentioned Tyrell.
“Kingston checks all of the containers.
“It is gorgeous and likewise was one of many high unserved household and mates’ locations out of Philadelphia.
“Now they can fly out of a hometown airport and get to the friends and beaches much quicker.”
American Airlines’ continuous flights to Kingston (KIN) at the moment are working 3 times weekly.
Operating Mon/Thurs/Sun from Philadelphia (PHL) departing at 09:40 and arriving in Kingston at 13:32.