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Caribbean/Caribe/Caraibes Aviation Part 31  
User currently offlineCaribbean484 From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Jan 2007, 2698 posts, RR: 2
Posted (7 years 6 months 2 days 16 hours ago) and read 9885 times:

Ok this is my first time doing this, so here goes. Since part 31 was getting too long all post on part 31.

Part 30

Caribbean Aviation is experiencing heated debates now with the following happening:

  • American Airlines will start new flights FLL-KIN June 13.
  • Air Jamaica's restructuring program will see increase flights to JFK(4 daily), JFK-BGI non shared A321 April 1st, ATRs to be leased?
  • Caribbean Airlines got approval for POS-FLL(TBA), GEO-USA nonstop and the possible lease of anther 737
  • Caribbean Airlines took of the Balisier flower from its Dash. They will start their own executive jet airline in October.
  • LIAT wants to have another base of POS, meeting resistance from the unions.
  • Cayman Airways starts their web bookings.
  • New Low Cost Airline for Barbados?

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    Lastly I would like to Thank BWIA72 for doing these post I know he's a little tired and busy at the moment, And to wish him a Late Happy Birthday and all the best to him.
    And to MD90fan, thanks man.

All ah we is one family
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User currently offlineAA1818 From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Feb 2006, 3488 posts, RR: 4
Reply 1, posted (7 years 6 months 2 days 11 hours ago) and read 9856 times:

Wow, looking at some of the other regional threads, the Caribbean Aviation threads are certainly steamrolling these days at about one per week given all the new developments coming out almost on a daily basis. Thread 30 was number 3 in the most discussed topics!

Kudos for getting this one underway Caribbean484! Happy to see the Trini flag at the thread starter!! heheheh
Happy Belated Birthday BWIA 772.

Where is that photo from? the colours are unbelieveable...

Given CALs current schedule for their 6 a/c, can they fit in the POS-FLL flights? I would imagine that with the flights ex GEO they would need more metal, but the POS-FLL flights should work fine especially since they did a similar schedule on 5 a/c at the start and POS-BGI-GEO is going to a Dash8.

The LCC, is that the same Digicel/ Air One venture that was turned down by the GoJ?
What routes are they proposing ex BGI? Anything new and out of the oridnary, or the usual suspects?


“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it.” J.M. Barrie (Peter Pan)
User currently offline2travel2know From Panama, joined Apr 2005, 3580 posts, RR: 3
Reply 2, posted (7 years 6 months 2 days 6 hours ago) and read 9815 times:

This Monday is the day CM will finally start its POS flights.
I'll believe it when I see pics of a CM E190 in POS.

I don't work for COPA Airlines!
User currently offlineAA1818 From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Feb 2006, 3488 posts, RR: 4
Reply 3, posted (7 years 6 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 9805 times:

Quoting 2travel2know (Reply 2):
This Monday is the day CM will finally start its POS flights.
I'll believe it when I see pics of a CM E190 in POS.

I'm like you, i'll believe it when I see the E190 actually touch down in POS. The a/c might leave PTY and could turn back if they change their minds, so I need proof of it reaching POS! hehe

Soooo...Sunday is POS-CCS (BW)
Monday is PTY-POS (CM)
Any other new routes to look out for? ...Exciting times!


“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it.” J.M. Barrie (Peter Pan)
User currently offlineCaptaink From Mexico, joined May 2001, 5116 posts, RR: 11
Reply 4, posted (7 years 6 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 9784 times:

Quoting AA1818 (Reply 3):
Monday is PTY-POS (CM)

So, it looks like GDL/PTY/POS next rounds. Big grin You know how long 2travel2know trying to get me to stop flying AA. Might actually work this time. But I want to see pictures as well. CM has been talking about this flight for too long.

There is something special about planes....
User currently offline2travel2know From Panama, joined Apr 2005, 3580 posts, RR: 3
Reply 5, posted (7 years 6 months 2 days 3 hours ago) and read 9763 times:

Quoting Captaink (Reply 4):
So, it looks like GDL/PTY/POS next rounds. You know how long 2travel2know trying to get me to stop flying AA. Might actually work this time. But I want to see pictures as well. CM has been talking about this flight for too long.

PTY-GDL-PTY + PTY-POS-PTY are daytime flights, so immediate connections @ PTY aren't available.
Don't know if CM will pay the overnight accommodation in PTY for those travelling between GDL and POS.

I don't work for COPA Airlines!
User currently offlineCaptaink From Mexico, joined May 2001, 5116 posts, RR: 11
Reply 6, posted (7 years 6 months 2 days 3 hours ago) and read 9754 times:

Quoting 2travel2know (Reply 5):
Don't know if CM will pay the overnight accommodation in PTY for those travelling between GDL and POS.

Sincerely doubt they would do that. I don't know of any airline that does. Well I suppose it's more American Airlines for me. I mean everyone complains about AA, but it is sometimes an airline that cannot be avoided. Their schedules just work, and they fly everywhere... I think AA1818 would agree.

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User currently offlinePanther From Bahamas, joined Jun 2000, 225 posts, RR: 0
Reply 7, posted (7 years 6 months 2 days 2 hours ago) and read 9738 times:

That is a picture of my hometown, Bimini, Bahamas. Only about 1600 residents. We get service to FLL, which is only 55 nm away with Gulfstream B1900's and Bimini Island Air Saab 340's, Caravans and C402s. Service to Nassau with Western Air Metros and service to FPO with Regional Air link Caravans. It is such a shame that Chalk's is no longer flying. Chalk's was the lifeline of the island for people to travel to the U.S. and Paradise Island on their amazing Grumman seaplanes. Thanks for the pic.

User currently offlineHummingBird From Jamaica, joined Mar 2007, 3336 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (7 years 6 months 2 days ago) and read 9685 times:
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Barbados, Canada sign the Caribbean's first open skies deal

Canada's Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, Lawrence Cannon.
OTTAWA, Canada, March 6, 2008 - Barbados and Canada have reached an Open Skies-type air transport agreement to increase trade, tourism and investment between the two countries.

The deal which is the first of its kind in the Caribbean, allows carriers to provide scheduled air services as frequently as desired between cities in Canada and Barbados. The agreement also allows the airlines to react quickly to market conditions by more effectively adjusting prices and gives them greater flexibility in offering both passenger and cargo flights to and from third countries, including Caribbean Community (CARICOM) member states.

The provisions of the deal will be applied immediately and once ratified, the agreement will replace the 1985 one now in force.

Canada's Minister of Transport, Infrastructure and Communities, Lawrence Cannon announced the negotiated agreement which builds on Prime Minister Stephen Harper's July 2007 visit to the Caribbean region. During that trip, the North American leader outlined his country's re-engagement in the Americas as a critical, long-term international priority for the government.

"This is Canada's first Open Skies-type agreement in the Caribbean region and signals another step forward in providing greater flexibility for air services for passengers, businesses, air carriers and airports," said Mr Cannon. "I am pleased with the outcome of these negotiations, marking another bilateral air services agreement achieved under Canada's Blue Sky policy."

Minister of International Trade, David Emerson added that the new agreement will provide a stronger basis for competitive air services.

"We anticipate this will generate even more growth in trade, tourism and investment," he said.

Last year trade between Canada and CARICOM member states stood at CAD$2.2 billion (US$2.23 billion), a 20-per-cent increase from 2006. Canadian merchandise exports to CARICOM totalled CAD$725 million (US$736 million) and merchandise imports from CARICOM totalled CAD$1.47 billion (US$1.49 billion).

In 2006, 25,600 Canadians travelled to Barbados, while the CARICOM region received more than 251,100 Canadian tourists in 2006

Guyana government upgrading travel facilities

Cheddi Jagan International Airport in Guyana
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, March 6, 2008 - Two new airstrips are to be constructed in Guyana as the government continues plans to upgrade facilities for both domestic and international travel.

Funds for the developments at Wakenaam and Leguan Island will come from the GUY$108 million (US$530,204) which the Bharrat Jagdeo administration has budgeted for the air transport sector this year.

An additional GUY$29.7 million (US$145,806)has been budgeted for the maintenance of domestic aerodromes while approximately GUY$28 million (US$137,460)will be spent at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport Corporation (CJIAC) to repair and upgrade the airport's electrical system.

There are also plans to intensify airport security training during this year.
The government has already made some improvements to the country's main airport, including construction of the new arrival terminal, rehabilitation of the airport's sewerage system and construction of a sewage treatment plant and establishment of a new Identification Card (ID) system.

In addition, several pieces of important equipment to boost security such as baggage scanners and hand-held metal detectors were procured.

The sky is the limit, but never stop grasping until you get the glory cloud..
User currently offlineAA1818 From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Feb 2006, 3488 posts, RR: 4
Reply 9, posted (7 years 6 months 1 day 21 hours ago) and read 9634 times:

Quoting HummingBird (Reply 8):
Barbados, Canada sign the Caribbean's first open skies deal

Congrats to Barbados. This is what we need more of in the Caribbean. More progressive Governments taking initiative!
I think this move is to be applauded loudly!

Quoting HummingBird (Reply 8):

Guyana government upgrading travel facilities

Hmm....well at least they are trying with what little they have!

Quoting Captaink (Reply 6):
I think AA1818 would agree.

I do agree. Right price, right schedule, right destinations- fortunately, or unfortunately for some, it's usually AA!
For me it's getting from POS to most places...like STN or LHR (preferred to LGW) or South/ Central America (although now we have CM- PTY and BW- CCS). I am very excited for CM's PTY flight though. I think it has the potential for success with the right marketing and macro-economic conditions!


“The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it.” J.M. Barrie (Peter Pan)
User currently offlineBeeweel15 From United States of America, joined Nov 2003, 1891 posts, RR: 0
Reply 10, posted (7 years 6 months 1 day 16 hours ago) and read 9559 times:

Quoting HummingBird (Reply 8):
Guyana government upgrading travel facilities

Great the airport needs upgrading.

User currently offlineHummingBird From Jamaica, joined Mar 2007, 3336 posts, RR: 0
Reply 11, posted (7 years 6 months 1 day 12 hours ago) and read 9536 times:
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Imbert: No backing down on buying executive jet

Friday, March 7th 2008

Prime Minister Patrick Manning emerges from a private jet upon his arrival yesterday at the Lynden Pindling International Airport for the Nineteenth Inter-Sessional Meeting of Caricom Heads of Government in the Bahamas.-Photo: Raymond Bethel

Government yesterday sought to assuage public concern and outrage over the proposed acquisition of a private jet, claiming that it had made no financial contribution to the purchase as yet.

While Prime Minister Patrick Manning is perceived to be the driving force behind the proposal, it was Works and Transport Minister Colm Imbert who yesterday faced the barrage of questions on the jet at the post-Cabinet news conference. In answering them, Imbert mostly referred to correspondence from Caribbean Airlines (CAL) on the issue rather than speaking extemporaneously, which is his normal practice.

Imbert however failed to convince a sceptical media that Prime Minister Patrick Manning's test flight on a Bombardier Global XRS jet in Antigua in September 2006 was not the catalyst for the whole idea to acquire a similar aircraft.

Imbert said Caribbean Airlines knew that Government would have to undertake urgent, necessary and frequent travel. Quoting from the letter, Imbert stated: "Caribbean Airlines indicated that there would be a requirement for the Government to engage in significant travel to North America, Europe, Asia and Africa... Given the poor commercial connections to many of its international destinations, some of the Government's senior ministers including the Prime Minister, have been losing precious productive time...

The restrictive nature of commercial travel makes the executive jet travel proposal a more attractive alternative since it offers the flexibility and level of service demanded by Government and other executives. These circumstances have influenced the decision by Caribbean Airlines to recommend to the shareholder the formation of a subsidiary company to operate such a service".

Imbert said the Cabinet last Thursday agreed to support CAL in establishing the executive jet service at an estimated cost of US $63 million.

But Imbert stressed that it was not a done deal as government was insisting on the insertion of a standard anti-corruption clause in the contract. "If it is discovered that any person has benefited from this contract, it would be void and the seller would have to refund the money," he said, adding: "The Government is satisfied that that aspect of the contract is in the best interest of Trinidad and Tobago". If the seller of the jet is unwilling to comply, the deal would not go through, he said.

Asked whether a feasibility study was done, Imbert replied, quoting from the CAL letter: " Our preliminary analysis assumes 600 flight hours per year which would be guaranteed by the Government and a variable charter rate per hour which would provide Caribbean Airlines with an annualised margin of 10 per cent".

Reminded that while Government was fast-tracking a solution to save time wasted in air travel, people were wasting productive time on land because the transportation problems have not been solved, Imbert said the water taxi could not be established without vehicles. He explained that Government was doing a "worldwide search" for ferries for this service. "It is not a simple matter. You cannot equate these two things.

The only reason why this (jet) transaction occurred is because an aircraft became available. In the normal scheme of the things if the Government had put in an order they would not have received this aircraft until 2011 or 2012. It is just that a particular aircraft has become available at this particular point in time. You are comparing apples and oranges," he said.

Imbert said the Cabinet would determine which government ministers/delegations would use the jet. "It would not be done in a whimsical way," he assured.

Panday questions purchase of jet.......

...Panday wants details on $m buy

Friday, March 7th 2008

Opposition Leader Basdeo Panday wants the Government to make a comprehensive statement on the details of the purchase of an executive jet by State-owned Caribbean Airlines (CAL) at today's Parliament sitting.

That statement must include a breakdown of the cost of the jet to taxpayers through government's commitment to paying for 600 flight hours per year and the terms of the government funding, including whether the capital given to CAL is to be repaid and over what period.

"This matter involves the expenditure of well over $315 million of public funds. It is shrouded in controversy and scandal. While some statements have been made by Caribbean Airlines and Government officials, they are not providing proper, relevant information," said Panday.

Panday said that most of the information available to the public has come from the media where there are conflicting reports attributed to unnamed sources concerning Cabinet's involvement in this transaction, the timeline of decision-making, the true acquisition and operation and maintenance cost for the aircraft.

"There is conflict of interest between the Government and the suppliers of the aircraft. If citizens are to foot this bill then they must know what the true overall cost to taxpayers would be now that Government has decided to reserve 600 flight hours per year to ensure that CAL does not appear to realise a loss because of this venture," he said.

Panday added that Government is accountable to the people through the Parliament and in the interest of accountability, transparency and responsible governance, and respect for the population, the Government has a duty to come to the Parliament and make a comprehensive statement that addresses the serious and real concerns of the citizens over the expenditure of over $315 million.

[Edited 2008-03-07 01:35:06]

The sky is the limit, but never stop grasping until you get the glory cloud..
User currently offlineAA1818 From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Feb 2006, 3488 posts, RR: 4
Reply 12, posted (7 years 6 months 1 day 10 hours ago) and read 9522 times:

Of all people to question aviation related spending is the biggest crook of them all- Mr Panday!

He is in opposition to oppose and one continues to be amazed by the number of (what must be assumed to be tolerable people) that continue to support him. Let's not forget that there would be enough money to buy 10 jets had it not been for all the 'backpay' payments on the airport!

The purchase of the private jet, in no doubt will benefit the airline. And while I believe the costs are perhaps going to be more expensive for Gov't travel compared with say NetJets in the USA, Government cannot simply choose the cheaper option since it has a committment to CAL as well. It needs to weigh up the options properly, and I personally think they have done the right thing. Meet the needs of the Gov't and assist the National Carrier.


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User currently offlinePar13del From Bahamas, joined Dec 2005, 8288 posts, RR: 8
Reply 13, posted (7 years 6 months 1 day 10 hours ago) and read 9521 times:

Quoting HummingBird (Reply 11):

Imbert: No backing down on buying executive jet

Friday, March 7th 2008

Not quoting your entire thread, but if travel is in the works for any or our Carib Mins of State using private a/c is a sign of growing up for us, may not have to buy the a/c out-right but sign agreements to have one availabe when requested. I cannot speak for other airlins but I can speak from personal experience within and outside of UP where fare paying pax are inconvenienced because a Min travelling on a free ticket needed a/c held or rescheduled for Govt. business, oft time it may not have been but no one really investigates such things.

Its a reason why for many years our local airlines could not offer a competitive product, how do you tell a US tourist travelling with his family to / from the islands that he will be late or miss a connection because a govt. min is trapped in traffic or has not left his office yet? We don't, we lie and say that the a/c has a problem, crew late, customs etc. but something to make the airline look bad, which ultimately causes the customer base to loose confidence in your product. We need to look more to our other ministers, of religion that is, they fly around on their private jets and the congregation sings the praises.

User currently offlineBW985 From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Nov 2007, 126 posts, RR: 0
Reply 14, posted (7 years 6 months 1 day 4 hours ago) and read 9461 times:

Plans for a new low cost Caribbean airline put on hold for now. See article below:
From www.360caribbean.com

Irish businessmen put brakes on Caribbean airline

The original venture being pushed by the group which included Digicel vice-president Leslie Buckley (pictured above), was dubbed the ''Ryanair of the Caribbean'' and was to be launched in May, covering the Caribbean as well as flights linking the region to the US and Latin America.
DUBLIN, Ireland, March 7, 2008 - An Ireland-based newspaper is reporting that failure to gain a license and the high cost of fuel have prompted a group of businessmen in that country to ground plans to launch a new Caribbean airline this year.

According to the Irish Independent, the original venture being pushed by Airone Ventures which includes Digicel vice-president Leslie Buckley, was dubbed the 'Ryanair of the Caribbean' and was to be launched in May, covering the Caribbean as well as flights linking the region to the US and Latin America.

It added that the Jamaica government had refused to issue a license to the company. In its business plan, the company had indicated that without a commitment from Jamaica for designation of Airone as a national carrier, it would have to set up in either Trinidad or Barbados. However, the article indicated that Airone's alternative plan for Barbados had also been put on hold.

The article quoted informed sources as saying the company is "continuing to assess the situation" in relation to future plans for Airone.

At the time of the launch last year, the company confirmed it was positioning itself as a low-cost carrier. Airone Ventures was promising fares as low as 80 per cent below current charges available from competitors flying to Jamaica and other Caribbean destinations.

"We are here to establish a headquarters and a home from which we will grow to over 25 planes spread over seven bases within the Caribbean and the Americas," the company had said in its business plan as it sought to get permission to make Jamaica the hub for the Caribbean airline.

Airone had asked Jamaica's Civil Aviation Authority for permission to operate as many as 18 flights per week from gateways in Kingston and Montego Bay into Fort Lauderdale and New York in the US.

The company said it had successfully raised US$30 million so far from private investors to begin its operations.

User currently offlineCaptaink From Mexico, joined May 2001, 5116 posts, RR: 11
Reply 15, posted (7 years 6 months 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 9447 times:

Quoting BW985 (Reply 14):
Irish businessmen put brakes on Caribbean airline

Sad. But I am going to be honest here, I am kind of happy. I was never too excited about Ryanair and company setting up similar operations in the Caribbean. Sorry.

I am sure Air Jamaica and Caribbean Airlines, are breathing a bit easier now. HAHA

There is something special about planes....
User currently offlineExFATboy From United States of America, joined Jul 2003, 2974 posts, RR: 9
Reply 16, posted (7 years 6 months 1 day 3 hours ago) and read 9435 times:

Quoting BW985 (Reply 14):
From www.360caribbean.com

Actually, it's www.caribbean360.com

Here's the story link.

User currently offlineBeeweel15 From United States of America, joined Nov 2003, 1891 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (7 years 6 months 1 day 2 hours ago) and read 9423 times:

Quoting AA1818 (Reply 12):
Of all people to question aviation related spending is the biggest crook of them all- Mr Panday!

This is one time I agree with you 1000%. He was the biggest crook of them all. He used the government like his own piggy bank.

User currently offline9YCAL From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Feb 2008, 179 posts, RR: 0
Reply 18, posted (7 years 6 months 20 hours ago) and read 9356 times:

9Y-WIP finally out of the hanger. They used it yesterday POS/TAB/POS minus the fancy tail. I hope they put on the revised tail scheme by tomorrow for the inaugural flight to CCS Sunday.
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User currently offlineTriStar_500 From Barbados, joined Jun 2001, 27 posts, RR: 0
Reply 19, posted (7 years 6 months 18 hours ago) and read 9324 times:

Quoting 9YCAL (Reply 18):

Even without the tail it looks better than WIT!

Thanks for the pic

User currently offlineBeeweel15 From United States of America, joined Nov 2003, 1891 posts, RR: 0
Reply 20, posted (7 years 6 months 16 hours ago) and read 9304 times:

Quoting BW985 (Reply 14):
From www.360caribbean.com

Just to correct you it is www.caribbean360.com

User currently offlineHummingBird From Jamaica, joined Mar 2007, 3336 posts, RR: 0
Reply 21, posted (7 years 6 months 14 hours ago) and read 9289 times:
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Aviation News from the Region.....................................




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User currently offlineA388 From Netherlands Antilles, joined May 2001, 10404 posts, RR: 15
Reply 22, posted (7 years 6 months 8 hours ago) and read 9264 times:

The first ERJ190 for Virgin Blue just passed CUR on its delivery flight to Australia. See my photo here which is the first photo of this aircraft for Virgin Blue in the database:

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Click here for bigger photo!

Photo © Roger Cannegieter - Curacao Aviation Photography


User currently offlineAA1818 From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Feb 2006, 3488 posts, RR: 4
Reply 23, posted (7 years 6 months 2 hours ago) and read 9203 times:

Quoting 9YCAL (Reply 18):
9Y-WIP finally out of the hanger. They used it yesterday POS/TAB/POS minus the fancy tail. I hope they put on the revised tail scheme by tomorrow for the inaugural flight to CCS Sunday.

I agree for sure. Love the big titles on the Dash-8. I think according to their corporate communications officer, they hoped to print the new decal on thursday and apply it before the inaugural flight to CCS on Sunday! I hoe they get it all done before tomorrow. Thanks for the photo! It's much appreciated!

Quoting A388 (Reply 22):
See my photo here which is the first photo of this aircraft for Virgin Blue in the database:

Nice shot. Do many Embraers pass through CUR on delivery flights?


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User currently offlineTriniA340 From Trinidad and Tobago, joined Nov 2005, 110 posts, RR: 0
Reply 24, posted (7 years 5 months 4 weeks 1 day 19 hours ago) and read 9153 times:

Sorry, but I think the livery on the Dash 8 looks hideous and super-cheap. Hopefully, the completed scheme with the tail colours can save it. Just my opinion....

Anyway, check THIS article on the Private Jet issue:

Imbert said there were no inconsistencies between statements made by him and those made by CAL chairman Arthur Lok Jack. He also said that there was no jet in Antigua "covered up in a hangar, waiting for the dust to settle", as was being claimed by the Opposition.

Anyone heard anything such as this before??  confused 

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25 Post contains links and images A388 : Every once in a while but not frequently. I have another photo now: View Large View MediumPhoto © Roger Cannegieter - Curacao Aviation Photograp
26 Caribbean484 : I back you on that one. The biggest crook and not ashamed of it too. At least Manning is fort coming with the wild spending.
27 JM079 : I have been away on vacation visiting KIN, MBJ NAS and BGI. Just some observations on AC and JM as they were the carriers that I used. In all honesty
28 Post contains links JM079 : RadioJamaica is reporting on the latest effort to divest JM. So the last report on here was that Butch Stewart and Michael Lee Chin were front runners
29 BW985 : Here's CALs new daily Dash 8 schedule, starting 01 May. BW446 POS-BGI (18:40-19:40)/BGI-GEO (20:10-22:15) BW447 GEO-BGI (05:30-07:30)/BGI-POS (08:00-0
30 TriStar_500 : Does not make sense for BW to target BGI MIA as AA has made sure that that market is theirs with the 3rd BGI MIA flight! Nice to see that the new fli
31 Mmedford : Was it me, or didn't Spirit make an attempt for the Caribbean via FLL...i distinctly remember the PR about a FLL -> POS flight.
32 Captaink : I had a similar experience during the winter vacations, flying on AA and then from New York to Grenada on Air Jamaica. AMAZING service. Either that o
33 Inbound : I see a couple charters popping up this month at CAL also.... these are 737 flights. 1 flight with POS-GND-POS 1 flight with POS-SKB-POS and my mistak
34 AA1818 : So is that flght also a charter or is it going to be regular service? They did announce it, however, it is widely belived that they were asking for G
35 Post contains links JM079 : Yes, it is true that Nassau is an extension of Florida.....it is just the water that seperates them but the place is floaded with cruise ships and th
36 JM079 : Jamaica is pushing for more business out of Europe into the island. The Minister of tourism was in Berlin and they are after new airlines both charter
37 AA1818 : Anyone has proof that the CM PTY-POS flight actually happenned today?!?!?! I'm excited to find out.... AA1818
38 9YCAL : I did not see it but I heard them on the radio when they left Piarco. Coincidence, the news just had a clip of the aircraft arriving at Piarco. The ai
39 Caribbean484 : Thanks inbound for the info. Inbound, any idea when FLL will start and the nonstop GEO-USA will come on stream.
40 Post contains links HummingBird : When will this end????? Bombardier rep: Cost of private jet overstated by $13m Bombardier says cost of jet is US $50 million. Govt says US $62 million
41 HummingBird : Jet purchase gets minister's approval....... Mariano approves $M jet Tuesday, March 11 2008 MARIANO BROWNE, Minister in the Ministry of Finance, yeste
42 Post contains images HummingBird : TRADING TALK: Copa Airlines CEO Pedro Heilbron (left) chats with Trade and Industry Minister Keith Rowley (second right) while Health Minister Jerry
43 AA1818 : I guess we should all become pilots! hehe I highly doubt that is the real pilot's salary!! As with all purchases, this one will be scrutinized, espec
44 2travel2know : Nicely done finally with POS Mr. Heilbron, now lets see when CM adds some badly needed flights to KIN. Rumors of 4 weekly PTY-KIN-PTY by December last
45 Bw415 : The aforementioned article just has Newsday shabbiness smeared all over it.. I believe that they were actually quoting based on US estimates in the p
46 Post contains images Inbound : Not sure at all. I guess it takes a while following approval before a route is started. I'm assuming an audit will have to be done at FLL to sort out
47 JM079 : The arrival of CM in POS is quite significant as the islands of the EC will finally have connections to Central and South America. I have always think
48 AA1818 : One could have also gone via Venezuela (Caracas or Porlomar) to access S & C America, but MIA certainly was the most frequently used option. I'm supr
49 9YCAL : Counted approx. 15 pax on the BW301 CCS/POS today. I do hope this flight picks up momentum where the Dash 8 will run at full capacity.
50 JM079 : CM does offer service to KIN three times weekly but it is MBJ that is not serviced at all.
51 AA1818 : I'm sure it will. From what someone said in the POS-CCS thread, they haven't advertised at all yet. Ohhh...my bad!! I guess it works the other way ar
52 Trintocan : Well done to CM, welcome to Trinidad and Tobago. All the very best for this new link between the Caribbean and Latin America. Indeed a new route which
53 AA1818 : If I could venture a guess, it would be because many Trinis travelling primarily to France, India, the Middle East etc, wanted a stopover in London.
54 TriStar_500 : Well you know hailing to from little England it's almost sacrilege for you to go to Continental Europe without stopping off in London for a couple of
55 Post contains links JM079 : JM thru there public relations agency has announced an increase in service from LAX to MBJ commencing April 1 Press ReleasesAIR JAMAICA TO INCREASE SE
56 Post contains links and images Speedbird2263 : On an XRS? IMHO they should go for something a little bit more....corporate if you will, Classy but corporate style View Large View MediumPhoto ©
57 HummingBird : Recent A320 flights to LAX have completed some 6.5-7hrs with a full payload..... [Edited 2008-03-11 18:54:38][Edited 2008-03-11 19:12:21]
58 TriStar_500 : quick question I know 9Y TAB was the first aircraft in the CAL livery but after that I lost track which went next and what month?
59 HummingBird : Deal not Done....... Browne: Jet deal not done Wednesday, March 12th 2008 As controversy continues over the proposed purchase of a TT$400 million Bomb
60 HummingBird : Fruits to replace balisier on CAL aircraft Wednesday, March 12th 2008 WITHIN the next week, indigenous fruit will be replacing the politically associa
61 9YCAL : The change of livery went like this: 9Y-TAB, 9Y-KIN, 9Y-ANU, 9Y-BGI, 9Y-GEO & 9Y-POS. I am glad to hear that the tail designs would be ready by next w
62 HummingBird : Fasten your seat belts, another JM turbulence expected.......
63 AA1818 : Great stuff. Any idea when they will all finally be applied to the various Dash8s? So far it's WIP first then it seems WIT second. WIL, WIZ and WIN l
64 Albird87 : Got bad news from KX! Our 732 combi aircraft has been found with corrosion in the tail! This means our frieghter is leaving the fleet sooner than thou
65 JM079 : Hey, come on man...u can not just drop that bomb and leave us all high and dry......a little more info pls
66 Captaink : The great benefit of inspections... Good news that it was found, and not found to be the problem of a great disaster. I guess we are all saying goodb
67 Post contains links AA1818 : http://www.aa.com/aa/i18nForward.do?...s/whereWeFly/maps/caribbean_aa.jsp Why are POS and BGI considered OneWorld cities, but not KIN, MBJ or UVF? Jus
68 AA1818 : Ignore the post above..i misinterpreted the map! AA1818
69 Bloodyrascal : According to unreliable wikipedia Blue Panorama Airlines is starting service to NAS and FPO starting July 24th 2008 From NAS both MXP and FCO will be
70 Post contains links JM079 : Caribbean360 has on its website this article detailing the work to have Barbados upgrade to Category one status. This is very interesting on many fron
71 8B775ZQ : I finally got one of the SKN Express jet today. She's parked on the eastern ramp with the business jets.
72 Post contains links and images Bw415 : The article below taken from the Trinidad Express reveals some information about CAL and their jet... it gives the rates which they will be charging o
73 HummingBird : This is part one....... PAC tackles Air Jamaica on procurement breaches published: Thursday | March 13, 2008 Air Jamaica was on Tuesday brought befor
74 Post contains images Speedbird2263 : Part One Good Heavens man....This all seems a bit trivial in the face or re-structuring, but I suppose as they say "every mikkle mek a mukkle" and it
75 JM079 : Delta has no intention of playing second best to CAL as they have decided to start operate earlier than what was previously announced. Or is it that t
76 Caribbean484 : Yeah but they have to compete heavily with an airline that has no plans to give up any of its market share in that market. NA will be back to GEO wit
77 JM079 : I am just guessing but from the size of the Guyanese population in that region of the USA it would seems that both carriers can service that route at
78 Post contains links and images JM079 : Virgin has streamlined its summer schedule and is now offering the following flights to Jamaica: Mondays and Thursday - LGW to KIN Tuesdays and Saturd
79 HummingBird : Here we have a consistent 757 story.......... Air Jamaica gears up for summer rush published: Friday | March 14, 2008 WESTERN BUREAU: Paul Pennicook,
80 HummingBird : Congrats to JM and BW on maintaing their safety record....... Air Jamaica commended for maintaining safety record Friday, March 14, 2008 PETER Cerda,
81 JM079 : Great news of late coming out of JM and if anything it simple proves that a through cleaning of its house was needed. But to be recognize with this de
82 Post contains links and images A388 : Curacao now has a new airline. See my photo below: View Large View MediumPhoto © Roger Cannegieter - Curacao Aviation Photography Curacao now has
83 Post contains links Anair80 : It appears that Air France will be getting the official green light in April to operate on Suriname. According to Local Paper DWT they are still going
84 JM079 : A welcome reprieve from the atypical chat that we have daily about CAL , JM and Liat. Suriname is apart of our community and we need to know more abo
85 Captaink : What happened to the B743. That poor airplane even did POS flights, when the MDs were down.. Nice to be a passenger on a POS/PBM flight using a 747 t
86 JM079 : Actually Captaink, the 747 is still in there fleet and here it gets quite interesting as PBM is served on a daily basis from AMS: KLM - tues/thurs/sa
87 A388 : The PY 743 still flies the PBM-AMS route and as Captaink says it sometimes fills in when their MD82 is tech but this seldomly happens, especially wit
88 JM079 : Thanks for the update....what is the current status of there fleet. By the way JM is increasing the number of flights to your city to 4 times weekly.
89 A388 : PY has a fleet of 1 743 and 1 MD82. I have heard about that about a month ago from their handling agent here in CUR. Indeed good news. A388
90 Post contains links and images Anair80 : I have not been to Suriname in a while but what I hear from the people back home is that there is growth in aviation for Suriname. They want to restar
91 JM079 : Do you know what route will be getting the 757 ?
92 JM079 : There has been a major security breach at the MBJ airport which is operated the group of privated investors led the YVR Airport group. Radiojamaica ha
93 A388 : It surprises me that MBJ doesn't even have such a security system while they even opened up a new terminal a few years ago. Very bad. A388
94 Avianca : how do they serve so much destinations with currently only 2 aircrafts.. assume most destinations are only served 1 or 2 x weekly? how are they doing
95 JM079 : They do have that system in place because if you were to read the report and here I quote..... "The operators of the Sangster International Airport i
96 A388 : Hi Avianca, how are you doing? Nice seeing you here too. You are right, 7I has low frequencies to most of their destinations but a second MD83 will b
97 Avianca : thanks A388 and welcome to my RU ! Thanks for the info, are there any plans to upgrade VLN or start any other new destination in Venezuela? regards A
98 A388 : Hola Avianca, thanks for adding me to your respected users list, mine since a long time already so I can't add any more respected users but you are r
99 JM079 : On going talk elsewhere on this forum and can be viewed here ...."http://www.airliners.net/discussions/general_aviation/read.main/3884863/....." has B
100 Post contains links TriStar_500 : Switching BGI to LHR would not be a surprise to me and yes the BA flights to BGI have high end rollers as you put it but that BGI route always attrac
101 A388 : I can hardly believe JFK performed worst on the Concorde route than BGI...... A388
102 TriStar_500 : Where did I say or imply this? In other words outside of London New York, Paris New York (destinations in Europe and the USA), London Barbados (Barba
103 A388 : Wait, you are right. I misread your sentence. But even so, which other destination did BA Concordes fly to on a scheduled basis? The Concorde didn't
104 Post contains links WestIndian425 : Been a while since I've been on because I've been doing so much lately, but I'm happy to see things are happening in the Caribbean. Hope all is well w
105 AA1818 : Just thought i'd share this.......LI has some announcement tomorrow (Monday) which will coincide with the start of the Antigua Sail Week. FIngers cros
106 A388 : The SIN Concorde flight was only a few years a very long time ago after which is was stopped. It never was a established route. The only Concorde rou
107 AA1818 : More info Re: LIAT. It is apparently a apecial livery that will be unveiled tomorrow in support of the Antigua Sail Week. I look forward to seeing the
108 Post contains images BWIA 772 : A388 You are posting again yeah Tristar_500 you see I have posted so get off my case!! 484 and AA1818 Thanks for the bday wishes again! The ASW specia
109 Post contains images TriStar_500 : 772 one end of post in 3 weeks and I should be happy with that after months of you trying to get me to post you up and left because you got a job wit
110 Group51 : I got an email from JM in early March confirming my flight from St. Lucia to BGI in early June. I just looked at it closely tonight and it says 'LIAT'
111 AA1818 : Cheers! I must admit though, that a fellow Trini kidly passed the info onto me, so I can't really take the credit there! He hopes to be joining us on
112 AA1818 : I believe it is a LI codeshare. JM used to codeshare with 8B and that was transferred to LI after the takeover/ merger. Enjoy your trip! AA1818
113 Group51 : Thanks, but I've now noticed that LIAT is selling seats for that flight. LIAT is charging a USD$35 web fare vs the USD$105 web fare I paid JM. There
114 Post contains images BWIA 772 : You are one cantankerous person you know that right!! Cannot believe all of my business u broadcasting!! My camera is working now and if you continue
115 AA1818 : Depends on what fare class and what the terms and conditions are with JM. Might be worth the phone call though! Oh lord...it's been too long since I
116 JM079 : JM has officially launched its revamped summer schedule with a Strong emphasis on flights out of KIN and with the introduction of its code share fligh
117 JM079 : JM has discontinued its UVF flights so you are definately on LIAT
118 AA1818 : Great to see JM on hte move now. So their fleet will consist of 6 A321s 8 A320s 1 757 1 ATR is that correct? Have the A340s been taken out of service
119 Post contains links AA1818 : Quick question: why is JM listed under APB's customers. APB deals exclusively in winglets for Boeing products?!?!? http://www.aviationpartnersboeing.c
120 WestIndian425 : I'm just guessing, but maybe they're looking to put winglets on the 757....
121 AA1818 : That's what I thought initially, but that wouldn't qualify them as a customer since they haven't een gotten the a/c yet. Im looking at putting wingle
122 JM079 : Am not sure about the current situation but I think that there has been a historial relationship with APB when JM had those 727 in there fleet. The 3
123 AA1818 : Cheers for that....I had no idea APB was around that long. I thought it was a break away company from Boeing that was only a few years old. Oh well-
124 JM079 : Sorry my friend but I think the situation is only short term as the reality is that both JM and CAL are going through a restructuring period and from
125 HummingBird : Government seeks help to find partner for Air Jamaica Monday, 17 March 2008 World renowned consultants, International Financial Group (IFG), has been
126 JM079 : This is welcoming news and is happening on the heels of the plans that were announed today to revamp there schedule for the summer and the codeshare
127 Post contains images HummingBird : Interesting artice on LIAT....................... Liat reborn? The 51-year old regional airline bids to renew its image with T&T at the centre of a bo
128 Post contains images HummingBird : Jet deal still up in air Bombardier global XRS jet. Negotiations between Caribbean Airlines and Bombardier for the purchase of an executive jet were s
129 Caribbean484 : Hey guys these are the Stats from the DOT for Spetember: From POS: CAL JFK - pax 12752, seats 14630, Load factor 87%. MIA- pax 6840, seats 9260, Load
130 JM079 : BBC Caribbean is reporting on the following: "...............Liat pilots want security guarantees Liat pilots have defended their decision to demand p
131 Inbound : So the Business Jet deal is dead. or at least....until further notice. Both parties, CAL and Bombardier have mutually agreed to squash the deal. Bomba
132 Caribbean484 : Hey guys, I just checked Amadeus and I saw that CAL will have 3 daily nonstop to JFK and 10 weekly YYZ along with 1 daily MIA to the US this summer. N
133 Post contains images BW985 : On CALs website the 3rd daily JFK flight has only Economy Class available for sale, so the extra aircraft seems to be an all Economy Class version ag
134 JM079 : The daily flights from ATL to KIN has been reduced to three times weekly and there has been also an equipment downgrade to the Embraer - the 737 was t
135 Caribbean484 : I just went on to see it and the fares are very cheap too for the summer especially. I think this is to put a huge dent into the charters and DL's su
136 JM079 : You are so correct in that assessment in that the West Indian market is inherently different.
137 WestIndian425 : Wow...are you sure it's the ERJ (Embraer) and not the CR7 (Bombardier)? I find it strange that they'd use the 50-seat jet on this route.
138 JM079 : Oh yea my friend.......trust me on this .....u can check it out on there webpage too.......it is the ERJ 170 She was sitting at the ramp in KIN when
139 HummingBird : 'Open skies' devalues Virgin deal published: Wednesday | March 19, 2008 With the dawn of 'open skies', air carriers at London's Heathrow Airport are f
140 HummingBird : $250m to park - Air Jamaica plane accumulates fees in France published: Wednesday | March 19, 2008 After five months of sitting in a hangar in France,
141 Post contains links and images HummingBird : Jet deal crashes US$65m purchase %u2018downed%u2019 by corruption clause. Caribbean Airlines%u2019 proposed executive jet initiative has %u201Ccrashe
142 8B775ZQ : It appears that SKN Express is leasing a 737 not sure whether a 700 or 800 as yet but they are currently advertising a flight to Miami scheduled for n
143 Caribbean484 : Hey guys, I was watching the TV6 morning edition this morning and CAL CEO was there to answer questions on the jet deal. He said that CAL was gaining
144 JM079 : This is another drain on the finances of JM, which so far is barely making any money. There are another of issues which have emerged recently and I w
145 JM079 : Norman Manley International Airport Rich blend of Ja culture Janet Silveria' Hospitality Coordinator LEAD CONSULTANTS responsible for the US$112 (J$7,
146 MAH4546 : Delta is ending four Caribbean routes. ATL-FDF and ATL-PTP end 21 June; JFK-SDQ ends 9 September; JFK-STI ends 12 September. This also means Delta is
147 2travel2know : Wouldn't be surprised if DL is to operate those seasonally, so those flights would operate Dec 2008 - Jan 2009 again.
148 FlyTPA : I will be visiting Jamaica for the first time next Monday, March 31st. I will be flying into MBJ on DL and I will be leaving from Kingston on Sunday,
149 JM079 : Wow.......if you were to look at my post at 134 you will see that they are doing some major changes to Jamaica too. What criteria does a carrier like
150 HummingBird : More changes at JM, stay tuned..............
151 Post contains images 2travel2know : My guess is "Trial and Error"
152 Caribbean484 : Nice one 2travel2know, I believe the same thing you said. DL IMO uses this trial and error approach to all destinations.
153 TK787 : Hello everyone, I was surprised to learn that a JM 340 is sitting in France. JMM or JMP? Both were supposed to join TK through ILFC, Feb/Apr '08 respe
154 Post contains links JM079 : Go to www.airjamaica.com and look at there schedule of flts from MBJ to KIN for that date and you will all other flts. No one for sure knows who will
155 Post contains links Shadez : Spirit wants FLL-POS again: http://www.miamiherald.com/news/breaking_news/story/464169.html
156 HummingBird : Constellation, Travelspan and Caribbean Airlines.......Now Spirit....."Too many cooks spoil the broth"....
157 JM079 : Well, it will be the consumers that will benefit as the cost of travel will be cheaper when you have so many players on that route. However, let me s
158 Post contains images FlyTPA : Well, I just did that. Thanks for the tip. I now see that they've changed my flight YET AGAIN. This is the fourth flight that I've been booked on. (p
159 Post contains images JM079 : what flt do they have u confirm for?
160 Post contains links JM079 : http://www.jamaicagleaner.com/gleaner/20080320/business/business1.html The new development at NMIA is progressing steadily but it is a sad reflection
161 Post contains images FlyTPA : Now I'm on flight 58. (April 5th) We started out in December on flight 106 that was supposed to leave at 10:00am. Last month, they changed us to fligh
162 JM079 : The current problem that you are seeing stems from the fact that JM does not operate a domestic flight schedule and all the flights that you are seei
163 HummingBird : An article regarding JM withdrawal of services from St Lucia............... Chastanet off course with Air Jamaica By Alva R Bapiste On behalf of the S
164 Captaink : BA doesn't serve UVF anymore? BTW that was a very intriguing article. I never looked at St Lucia's situation from this angle. But even if SLU is clos
165 Caribbean484 : Its very interesting indeed, so why was this situation created in the first place? I do have to agree and always wonder why there were two airports i
166 Bw415 : It would be safe to infer that its a result of bad planning and infrastructure!.. SLU does not have the land area to lengthen the runway to accommoda
167 Post contains images BWIA 772 : I think what you meant to post was "someone with connections"    btw not my pics but here you go!! Regards BWIA 772[Edited 2008-03-21 15:59:58]
168 LIA310 : Hey guys ! I finally got a username after lurking around the Airliners.net forums for about 5 years. Standby for a pic of V2-LFU in the Antigua Sailin
169 Post contains links and images BWIA 772 : HI LIA310 Welcome to airliners.net nice name nice to see a Trini who is a big LI fan  [Edited 2008-03-21 17:25:08]
170 Bw415 : hahah boy that still have de balisier on it!.. I want to see some new pics!!
171 Post contains links and images LIA310 : Here's that pic of V2-LFU that i promised
172 A388 : Nice tail design even though I expected something better to be honest. What other tail logos will be introduced? A388
173 FlyTPA : That really makes sense. Really puts things in perspective. I had no idea about the political situation and what effect that must have on air travel.
174 HummingBird : LIAT begins training of pilots, cabin crew Regionall air carrier LIAT is currently training a number of recently recruited pilots and cabin crew membe
175 AA1818 : With Dl having 65% load factor in 2008 so far, what are your thoughts on the routes future? Is that higher than the routes they are axeing? I think A
176 Post contains links JM079 : Jamaica's tourist minister in an examination of the current economic climate in the USA gave an update on what the impact will have on the Caribbean a
177 A388 : Okay thanks. A388
178 Post contains links JM079 : http://www.stabroeknews.com/index.pl/article_business?id=56541518 Guyana's government wants in on the sweet deal that they initially offered to the de
179 BWIA 772 : Hi To anyone who receives the latest e newsletter from CAL I must say that the grey and purple seem to be working hehehe regards
180 Post contains links and images Speedbird2263 : It has been reported in the Jamaica Gleaner that JM is in a little row with regards to maintenance, more specifically a C-check on an A340 that has be
181 JM079 : HummingBird had posted this piece back on March 19 and see this comment from me about the situation
182 Speedbird2263 : Ah!..My apologies, that's what happens when I miss a post in the thread every now and then. I certainly agree with your opinions on the matter at han
183 HummingBird : Sick out forces Air Jamaica to cancel flights Tuesday, 25 March 2008 Air Jamaica has cancelled several of its morning flights as attendants have repor
184 HummingBird : Air Jamaica passengers left stranded due to impasse Tuesday, 25 March 2008 It was a distressing morning for Air Jamaica's passengers trying to catch t
185 JM079 : [quote=HummingBird,reply=184][/quote These reports are disturbing as I think the union and management are not at all concern about the greater good of
186 Post contains links MD90fan : click on the link: Spring Break Adventure + MEX's New T2 (by MD90fan Mar 25 2008 in Trip Reports)
187 HummingBird : Air J flight attendants back at work Wednesday, March 26, 2008 The management of Air Jamaica will today start a series of meetings with the union repr
188 MD90fan : DL to Santiago, DR as of 20DEC08. lol at this one, if they can't get it right from NYC, a place that has demand to it, what makes them think it can wo
189 JM079 : Liat is pressing ahead with plans to open up another base in Trinidad as it will eliminate some major expenses. But they are meeting some major resist
190 MAH4546 : Agreed. And this is not their first attempt at ATL-STI. They tried to start it in December 2006, and it was pulled before the first flight due to poo
191 Captaink : Maybe they are hoping on connecting traffic seeing that ATL is their major hub. But New York is where the Domincans are at, so I dunno how ATL even w
192 SlimShady : What is Air Jamaica's current flight schedule anyway? I was looking for a published timetable, but I cant find one. The search feature on AirJamiaca.c
193 Post contains links JM079 : I disagree as there site has all the information on route, flt times, frequency etc here goes;;;;;; http://www.airjamaica.com/RouteMap.aspx A simple
194 SlimShady : Not sure what your definition of simple is.. Cant run a simple search without spending hours sifting through the website entering the same city pair
195 JM079 : You can not get info on JM for there flights to HAV as the US embargo prevents that....... JM uses the sabre booking soft-ware .....No American Compa
196 Post contains images SlimShady : so I guess there are no JM schedules published?
197 JM079 : American Airlines, according to Jamaica Minister of Tourism, will soon be introducing non-stop flights to Kingston from there hub in Dallas which will
198 A388 : So Jamaica received 5 Portuguese passengers instead of the 2 the year before? Spain had 2 passengers instead of 1 the year before? Those type of "meg
199 Post contains links and images Albird87 : Well another sad day here at KX as we lose another airframe to the dessert. VP-CKX named 'spirit of little cayman' left yesterday to IAH and then onto
200 Post contains images JM079 : HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA The person who wrote this report obviously has not phased the minister's statement correctly....
201 HummingBird : St. Lucian minister calls for single Caribbean airspace St. Lucia's Tourism and Civil Aviation Minister, Senator Allan Chastenet, is hoping that regio
202 Post contains images Akizidy214 : Bumbaclot.......... I can see AA doing it but i have my doubts. MBJ does decently on the FRI-MON frequencies. Although AA would catch all the connect
203 HummingBird : Traffic rights, yes......Slots for London, no........ This divestment has become one merry-go-round....The winner will be soon be announced. I had pr
204 Akizidy214 : Not for LHR...LGW is JM ticket. As you know we are faithful to JM. So JM could still make it work. JM needs to fly into SLU for St Lucia to work. You
205 Post contains links JM079 : Report of out Kingston indicates that Air China is interested in purchasing Air Jamaica. http://www.jamaicagleaner.com/gleaner/20080328/lead/lead2.htm
206 Post contains images JM079 : Air Jamaica 340 is currently in air doing its last schedule flight. Flt 79 departed on time this morning and will be arrivng in Toronto approximately
207 Beeweel15 : Damn I wish I got a pic at JFK yesterday. Saw it landing during the day. Farewell to the 340 hope to see her back at JFK in her new colors.
208 Post contains links JM079 : It was discussed in an earlier forum about that direct nonstop charter flight from Africa (Ghana) to the Caribbean (Barbados) and the great possibilit
209 Beeweel15 : Caribbean will be switching ground handlers at JFK. Currently they are at Triangle and they are coming over to us here at ASIG. I can hardly wait I al
210 Psimpson : I did notice JM did operate yesterdays JM015 KIN-JFK with A340 6Y-JMM. I believe the other A340 6Y-JMP after 6 months storage in Bordeaux France is no
211 Post contains links JM079 : The area at the MCO airport that supports JM and VS has closed due to a bomb scare as a person who was attempting to board an JM flight to Jamaica was
212 HummingBird : Got a call from an operating crew member........ Pax was carrying a mechanical part with wires and battery intact....... Pax was unaware of TSA polic
213 AA1818 : Hey guys- sorry for the lack of communication from my end. I'm stuck in Miami on "holiday". So limited internet access and no new info! Any word on th
214 Beeweel15 : I will see if the folks from BW can give me an answer to that later this week when I go in for ops training here at JFK.
215 JM079 : LOL.... This is some poor bloke who has gone abroad to buy parts for his car.......lol and is not aware of gestopo mentality of US security people.
216 Inbound : Nah, nothing new on the tails yet. I have a feeling they won't put them on until after school reopens next week as they need the planes working at al
217 HummingBird : AQ 737-700 is perfect for flights to GEO...It is fitted with aux tanks.............
218 Akizidy214 : JM and F9 A319's? Will JM make the right decision and try to lease 2 of these birds? Perfect plane for the MBJ-LAX and the thinner MBJ-ORD. Thoughts?
219 HummingBird : To date, they are still searching for two widebodies to replace the A340s........ Someting of interest...Mr Pennicook and maintenance personnels will
220 2travel2know : It's not the holiday traffic, Venezuela is undergoing a Credit-Card frenzy and Venezuelans take advantage of any flight overseas to use the goverment
221 JM079 : Yes, I read the report and I was wondering about the significance of this, as maintenance people are included in this delegation. Why are they are ap
222 AirJamaica : Good day all. My first time posting here. AA DFW/KIN ??? I am not certain about this new route being successful. DFW/MBJ is doing fairly well overall
223 Post contains links Caribbean484 : Hey guys part 32 is now up enjoy Caribbean/Caribe/Caraibes Aviation Part 32 (by Caribbean484 Apr 1 2008 in Civil Aviation)
224 Viaggiare : Interesting when one considers Jamaica and several other countries (Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, Barbados, Dominica, Costa Rica, Cuba, Grenada,
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