Just as I was at this forum preparing a post, I hard the almost-silent sound of modern turbofans passing by. I got up and looked outside and - lo and behold - it was Air Jamaica's A320 on its first flight into POS. The plane passed overhead then headed west in order to turn onto the approach path. From the room here I have a view of the approach too and I was able to follow the pretty rainbow-coloured Airbus as it descended into POS.
JM has thus begun its new KIN-BGI-POS service, which will be flown 5 times weekly and will connect with JM's JFK-BGI services. This is part of JM's regional expansion, under the moniker "Soaring to New Heights". Certainly something to look forward to!