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Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Thu Jul 05, 2018 1:46 am

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Since the last thread was locked, I will transfer over the last pieces of information.

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The following new routes were announced last week:

ATLANTA, June 25, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Vacation Express is excited to announce the expansion of exclusive, non-stop flights to Jamaica and the continuation of non-stop flights to Punta Cana from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) beginning in early 2019. Flights to Jamaica will depart weekly on Mondays for 7 nights from January 21, 2019 through April 22, 2019, and flights to Punta Cana will depart weekly on Saturdays for 6 nights beginning February 16, 2019 through August 17, 2019. The 6-night spring flights to Jamaica will also return starting May 26, 2019 lasting through August 4, 2019.


ATLANTA, June 25, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Vacation Express will begin offering new, direct flights from Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) to Jamaica and expanding direct and non-stop flights to Punta Cana from Detroit in January of 2019. Flights to Jamaica will depart weekly on Mondays for 4 & 7 nights from January 21, 2019 through April 22, 2019 as well as on Fridays for 3 & 7 nights beginning January 25, 2019 and lasting through April 19, 2019


LANSING, Mich. (WSYM) - Apple Vacations has announced that it is renewing its schedule of nonstop Exclusive Vacation Flights from Capital Region International Airport (LAN) to three popular warm-weather getaways for its 2018-19 season.
Back for the second consecutive year are nonstop flights to Montego Bay, Jamaica.


WILLEMSTAD - Sky High will fly via Jamaica to Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic. The Dominican airline has been flying directly to Curaçao for two months, but now adds a stopover in Kingston.
The flights are operated with a Jetstream 41 aircraft, which can carry 30 passengers. These flights will be operated every Monday and Friday.

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Inter-Caribbean announced nonstop SDQ-KIN services eff July 1st, but up to press time, flights are only bookable via PLS. Read between the lines.
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In other news:

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CARIBBEAN Airlines announced yesterday that it is introducing it “Caribbean Appleton Tropical Breeze” cocktail exclusively on flights between Fort Lauderdale and Montego Bay and Kingston from July 1 to August 31.
The refreshing blend is the creation of chef Derrick Mullings, head chef at Goddard Catering in Kingston. It is a unique mix of Appleton Rum and Grace Tropical Rhythms Fruit Medley.
Senior marketing manager Alicia Cabrera said: “The cocktail has been branded The Caribbean Appleton Tropical Breeze following an internal competition amongst our employees based in Jamaica. We are focused on ensuring our customers have a memorable experience when they fly, so in addition to giving two bags free during this summer period, we are pleased to share this signature cocktail.”

http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/car ... ofile=1373

To give a breakdown of flights between FLL-KIN/MBJ.

B6's first flights from FLL are strictly VFR traffic.

KIN
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MBJ
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Latest article on MBJ from Anna.Aero.

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Having achieved 8.4% growth in passenger numbers last year, Montego Bay has now passed the four million barrier, handling 4.28 million passengers last year compared to 3.95 million in 2017. The spike in passenger numbers last year was the best recorded since 2010, with its recent growth having peaked at 4.6% in 2015, a year when the airport hosted 3.80 million customers. Overall, between 2010 and 2017, Montego Bay has seen its annual passenger numbers grow by one million, increasing from 3.28 million to 4.28 million. This represents a growth rate for the eight years analysed of over 30%.


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Looking ahead for the rest of this year, some routes to look out for include the opening of flights to Düsseldorf and Munich with Eurowings, although the carrier is ending Cologne Bonn flights to allow for the opening of Düsseldorf services. Along with this, Montego Bay will welcome a new long-haul carrier in 2019, with Thomas Cook Airlines planning flights from Manchester on 6 May next year.

http://www.anna.aero/2018/07/04/montego-bay-traffic-climbs-30-2010-2017/


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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread.

Thu Jul 05, 2018 9:26 pm

hummingbird wrote:
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Since the last thread was locked, I will transfer over the last pieces of information.

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The following new routes were announced last week:

ATLANTA, June 25, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Vacation Express is excited to announce the expansion of exclusive, non-stop flights to Jamaica and the continuation of non-stop flights to Punta Cana from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) beginning in early 2019. Flights to Jamaica will depart weekly on Mondays for 7 nights from January 21, 2019 through April 22, 2019, and flights to Punta Cana will depart weekly on Saturdays for 6 nights beginning February 16, 2019 through August 17, 2019. The 6-night spring flights to Jamaica will also return starting May 26, 2019 lasting through August 4, 2019.


ATLANTA, June 25, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Vacation Express will begin offering new, direct flights from Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) to Jamaica and expanding direct and non-stop flights to Punta Cana from Detroit in January of 2019. Flights to Jamaica will depart weekly on Mondays for 4 & 7 nights from January 21, 2019 through April 22, 2019 as well as on Fridays for 3 & 7 nights beginning January 25, 2019 and lasting through April 19, 2019


LANSING, Mich. (WSYM) - Apple Vacations has announced that it is renewing its schedule of nonstop Exclusive Vacation Flights from Capital Region International Airport (LAN) to three popular warm-weather getaways for its 2018-19 season.
Back for the second consecutive year are nonstop flights to Montego Bay, Jamaica.


WILLEMSTAD - Sky High will fly via Jamaica to Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic. The Dominican airline has been flying directly to Curaçao for two months, but now adds a stopover in Kingston.
The flights are operated with a Jetstream 41 aircraft, which can carry 30 passengers. These flights will be operated every Monday and Friday.

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Inter-Caribbean announced nonstop SDQ-KIN services eff July 1st, but up to press time, flights are only bookable via PLS. Read between the lines.
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In other news:

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CARIBBEAN Airlines announced yesterday that it is introducing it “Caribbean Appleton Tropical Breeze” cocktail exclusively on flights between Fort Lauderdale and Montego Bay and Kingston from July 1 to August 31.
The refreshing blend is the creation of chef Derrick Mullings, head chef at Goddard Catering in Kingston. It is a unique mix of Appleton Rum and Grace Tropical Rhythms Fruit Medley.
Senior marketing manager Alicia Cabrera said: “The cocktail has been branded The Caribbean Appleton Tropical Breeze following an internal competition amongst our employees based in Jamaica. We are focused on ensuring our customers have a memorable experience when they fly, so in addition to giving two bags free during this summer period, we are pleased to share this signature cocktail.”

http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/car ... ofile=1373

To give a breakdown of flights between FLL-KIN/MBJ.

B6's first flights from FLL are strictly VFR traffic.

KIN
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MBJ
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Latest article on MBJ from Anna.Aero.

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Having achieved 8.4% growth in passenger numbers last year, Montego Bay has now passed the four million barrier, handling 4.28 million passengers last year compared to 3.95 million in 2017. The spike in passenger numbers last year was the best recorded since 2010, with its recent growth having peaked at 4.6% in 2015, a year when the airport hosted 3.80 million customers. Overall, between 2010 and 2017, Montego Bay has seen its annual passenger numbers grow by one million, increasing from 3.28 million to 4.28 million. This represents a growth rate for the eight years analysed of over 30%.


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Looking ahead for the rest of this year, some routes to look out for include the opening of flights to Düsseldorf and Munich with Eurowings, although the carrier is ending Cologne Bonn flights to allow for the opening of Düsseldorf services. Along with this, Montego Bay will welcome a new long-haul carrier in 2019, with Thomas Cook Airlines planning flights from Manchester on 6 May next year.

http://www.anna.aero/2018/07/04/montego-bay-traffic-climbs-30-2010-2017/


Word to the wise.


Excellent report: Main points here as a break of the market reveals:


1.54 million arrivals at MBJ
leisure vacation - 76% of the market
VFR travel - 15% of the market - Caribbean major market that they are competing - BW announced improvements to compete in Jamaican only this week
business and conventions - 4.8%

MAJOR VICTORY FOR CANADA
Pearson tops destination leaderboard
The leading destination from Montego Bay is Pearson, with the Canadian airport maintaining its lead at the top thanks to a mere 1.1% increase in capacity this year.

Air Canada has been using a combination of 777 - 787 - 767 321 and 320 all of last year. Transats, Sunwing and Westjet all have multiple daily flights from all of Canada regional and international airports. Currently, there are about 549,000 arrivals from Canada and Jamaica is looking to see 3 million annually
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread.

Sat Jul 07, 2018 11:52 am

hummingbird wrote:

B6's first flights from FLL are strictly VFR traffic.

KIN


They have certainly cemented their dominance on the FLL-KIN route.


jm079 wrote:
Air Canada has been using a combination of 777 - 787 - 767 321 and 320 all of last year.


Add the A330s to that list. I am not surprised by the performance of Canada overall. The various Canadian carriers have been beefing up service to MBJ consistently.
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread.

Sat Jul 07, 2018 1:50 pm

airjamaica wrote:
hummingbird wrote:

B6's first flights from FLL are strictly VFR traffic.

KIN


They have certainly cemented their dominance on the FLL-KIN route.


jm079 wrote:
Air Canada has been using a combination of 777 - 787 - 767 321 and 320 all of last year.


Add the A330s to that list. I am not surprised by the performance of Canada overall. The various Canadian carriers have been beefing up service to MBJ consistently.


Add to the list. I notice that Jamaica has emerged more as a wide-bodied destination from Canada than other destinations in the Americas. TS 330, 310 plus Fly Jamaica 767 757

Air Canada has an interesting strategy in Jamaica. On the YYZ MBJ market passengers all have to pay for there luggage - depending on the fare type you take) While on the YYZ- KIN market Air Canada allows for the first bag as free while the second you will have to pay. Secondly, if a consolidator issued the ticket then passengers travelling on Air Canada to KIN gets two free bags. This benefit is not available on the YYZ MBJ journey.

Air Canada needs to make up its mind. Is Jamaica a mainline product or is its a Rouge product market. They made the decision to switch to rouge on the Jamaica market but from Canada, there is a demand for mainline service. So in the middle of winter, we are seeing 777,330, 787. Those are high-end products

KIN is a very big VFR market while MBJ is highly leisure.

In order to push off Fly Jamaica which has its generous baggage policy Air Canada has made amended its baggage policy on the YYZ - KIN
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread.

Sun Jul 08, 2018 4:40 am

jm079 wrote:

Air Canada has an interesting strategy in Jamaica. On the YYZ MBJ market passengers all have to pay for there luggage - depending on the fare type you take) While on the YYZ- KIN market Air Canada allows for the first bag as free while the second you will have to pay. Secondly, if a consolidator issued the ticket then passengers travelling on Air Canada to KIN gets two free bags. This benefit is not available on the YYZ MBJ journey.


Interesting. I wasn't even aware of that. They obviously are aware of the generous baggage allowance offered by OJ on the KIN-YYZ route. Also BW has various options for baggage fees out of KIN depending on the type of ticket purchased. So I guess they had to make an exception for the KIN route.


jm079 wrote:
Air Canada needs to make up its mind. Is Jamaica a mainline product or is its a Rouge product market. They made the decision to switch to rouge on the Jamaica market but from Canada, there is a demand for mainline service. So in the middle of winter, we are seeing 777,330, 787. Those are high-end products


I took note of that as well. And I suspect that will always be the case on their MBJ route. You will see a combination of both the AC & RV service.


jm079 wrote:
KIN is a very big VFR market while MBJ is highly leisure.

In order to push off Fly Jamaica which has its generous baggage policy Air Canada has made amended its baggage policy on the YYZ - KIN


It's a similar situation in MBJ. To be competitive, BW had to adjust their baggage allowances on the FLL-MBJ route because of the presence of WN with their very generous two 50 lbs allowance. I like the competition though. In the end, the flying public benefit.
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread.

Tue Jul 10, 2018 5:26 pm

Inter-Caribbean had a press conference last week in Santo Domingo about their new routes and ERJ145 base. SXM-SDQ-KIN will be launched providing competition to Caribbean Airlines.

About our direct flights from Santo Domingo to Kingston, Sint Maarten, tortola and providenciales, Trevor Sadler, our CEO, commented " at Intercaribbean Airways we know that the Dominican Republic today leads the region as an economic engine and business and business strategic point , hence the launching of these new routes represents the opportunity and privilege to attend to the Dominican community, not only with a tourist proposal towards the interior of the Caribbean, but allowing to connect all Dominicans living throughout and wide From The Caribbean

https://www.facebook.com/interCaribbeanAirways/

Trevor Sadler, CEO and Executive Director of Intercaribbean Airways, reported in a meeting with executives and representatives of travel agencies, tour operators and hoteliers about the new connections they will have from the cities of Santo Domingo, Santiago and Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic and six destinations of the Caribbean region.
In the activity that took place at the Sheraton Santo Domingo Hotel, Sadler indicated that the new frequencies from these three cities will connect with Aruba, Curacao, Jamaica, St. Maarten, Turks & Caicos and the island of Tortola.
In that sense, from Santo Domingo will operate flights to Curacao, Kingston, Aruba, Tortola and St. Maarten
In the case of the flights that will operate connecting with the Turks & Caicos, Puerto Rico and Tortola these, will depart from the Dominican capital, Santiago and Puerto Plata
The CEO and CEO of Intercaribbean commented that the company is pleased to start with these new routes, especially because the Dominican Republic is a destination in which they have maintained a relationship that has lasted for years.
According to the information obtained by Infotur Dominicano, InterCaribbean Airways already has in its hangars its first Embraer ERJ-145 with a standard configuration for 50 passengers and a range of almost 3,000 kilometers. This aircraft is perfect for short distance flights.


http://infoturdominicano.com/rd/?p=42525

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KINGSTON, Jamaica – With the summer season upon us, Jamaica is ready to welcome travelers with daily airlift from primary and secondary markets throughout the US.
For the period May through December of this year, Jamaica secured a total of 1,629,637 scheduled airline seats from various US gateways to Kingston’s Norman Manley International Airport (KIN) and Montego Bay’s Sangster International Airport (MBJ

Flights and charter services to Jamaica May to December 2018 from:
NORTHEAST
New York (JFK)
· Caribbean Airlines, Daily to MBJ and KIN, through December 31
· Delta Air Lines, Daily to MBJ, through December 31
· JetBlue Airways, Daily to MBJ, through December 31
· JetBlue Airways, Daily to KIN, through December 10

New Jersey (EWR)
· United Airlines, Daily to MBJ, through August 20

Philadelphia (PHL)
· American Airlines, Daily to MBJ, through December 31

Washington DC (IAD)
· United Airlines, Saturdays to MBJ, through August 20

Baltimore (BWI)
· Southwest Airlines, Daily to MBJ, through December 31
· Spirit Airlines, Daily to MBJ, through December 31

Boston (BOS)
· JetBlue Airways, Saturdays to MBJ, through December 29
· Delta Air Lines, Saturdays to MBJ, through August 25


SOUTHEAST

Miami (MIA)
· American Airlines, Daily to MBJ and KIN, through December 31

Fort Lauderdale (FLL)
· Caribbean Airlines, Daily to MBJ and KIN, through December 31
· JetBlue Airways, Daily to MBJ and KIN, through December 31
· Spirit Airlines, Daily to MBJ and KIN, through September 10
· Southwest Airlines, Daily to MBJ, through December 31

Orlando (MCO)
· JetBlue Airways , Daily to MBJ, through October 27
· Southwest Airlines, Daily to MBJ, through August 6

Atlanta (ATL)
· Delta Air Lines, Daily to MBJ, through December 31
· Delta Air Lines, Daily to KIN, through September 1

Charlotte (CLT)
· American Airlines, Daily to MBJ, through December 31

MIDWEST

Chicago O’Hare (ORD)
· American Airlines, Saturdays to MBJ, through August 18
· United Airlines, Saturday to MBJ, through August 20

Chicago Midway (MDW)
· Southwest Airlines, Daily to MBJ, through August 6

Detroit (DTW)
· Delta Air Lines, Saturdays to MBJ, through August 25

WEST

Dallas (DFW)
· American Airlines, Daily to MBJ, through August 20

Houston (IAH)
· United Airlines, Daily to MBJ, June 7 – August 20
· Southwest Airlines, Daily to MBJ, through August 6

Los Angeles (LAX)
· American Airlines, Friday to Monday to MBJ, through August 17
Vacation Express Charter Services to Montego Bay
· Atlanta (ATL), Thursdays, May 24 – August 9
· Cleveland (CLE), Saturdays, May 26 – June 30
· Dallas (DFW), Mondays, July 9 – August 6
· Nashville (BNA), Mondays, May 28 – July 2
· Pittsburgh (PIT), Saturdays, July 7 – August 4

Vacation Express and Apple Vacations Charter to Montego Bay
· Cincinnati (CVG), Sundays, May 27 – August 5

Apple Vacations and Funjet Vacations Charter to Montego Bay
· St. Louis (STL), Saturdays, May – December
· St. Louis (STL), Wednesdays, June 6 – August 1


https://sflcn.com/summer-travelers-have ... a-from-us/

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airjamaica wrote:
Interesting. I wasn't even aware of that. They obviously are aware of the generous baggage allowance offered by OJ on the KIN-YYZ route. Also BW has various options for baggage fees out of KIN depending on the type of ticket purchased. So I guess they had to make an exception for the KIN route.


RV is now flying the B763 on their flights to KIN during the summer. They will always be the leading carrier on the YYZ-KIN route.


airjamaica wrote:
It's a similar situation in MBJ. To be competitive, BW had to adjust their baggage allowances on the FLL-MBJ route because of the presence of WN with their very generous two 50 lbs allowance. I like the competition though. In the end, the flying public benefit.


They are loosing market share and this is a desperate attempt to appeal to the diaspora.



jm079 wrote:
Air Canada needs to make up its mind. Is Jamaica a mainline product or is its a Rouge product market. They made the decision to switch to rouge on the Jamaica market but from Canada, there is a demand for mainline service. So in the middle of winter, we are seeing 777,330, 787. Those are high-end products



Since Jan, AC used a mix of B788,B789 and A330s up to Feb. The majority of flights in Mar/Apr were operated with the A330s. All these aircraft are with a premium heavy configuration. Air Canada and Sandals International have a close working relationship and these aircrafts were deployed due to the demand for premium seats on the route. Lets not forget that Sandals has their Over-Water Suites and the majority of new hotels are high end properties.

airjamaica wrote:
Add the A330s to that list. I am not surprised by the performance of Canada overall. The various Canadian carriers have been beefing up service to MBJ consistently.

Also Sunwing is now operating YYC-MBJ twice weekly. I expect the B73Ms will be used to launch flights from the West Coast to MBJ.


jm079 wrote:
Air Canada has been using a combination of 777 - 787 - 767 321 and 320 all of last year. Transats, Sunwing and Westjet all have multiple daily flights from all of Canada regional and international airports. Currently, there are about 549,000 arrivals from Canada and Jamaica is looking to see 3 million annually



Impressive numbers. I hope to see their B77W this winter season.

airjamaica wrote:
They have certainly cemented their dominance on the FLL-KIN route.


Now operating at 3 daily. NK has recently increased flights on the route.
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread.

Thu Jul 12, 2018 1:59 am

Evelop! has returned! This evening they started off with an Airbus A330-200 which belonged to Air Europa. They had indicated an interchange between the A332 & A333. They will be doing weekly Wednesdays while Orbest! on Thursdays.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread.

Thu Jul 12, 2018 7:37 pm

hummingbird wrote:
Inter-Caribbean had a press conference last week in Santo Domingo about their new routes and ERJ145 base. SXM-SDQ-KIN will be launched providing competition to Caribbean Airlines.


The E145 is being utilized EIS-SDQ-KIN, not SXM.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Thu Jul 12, 2018 11:44 pm

Spirit Airlines will launch seasonal flights between DTW and MBJ eff Dec 20. Two weeks ago Sunwing announced a 2 weekly DTW-MBJ service eff Jan-April 2019. DL is expected to release their winter schedule from DTW in the next few week. I expect DL to do 4-6 weekly.


Spirit Airlines yesterday announced new Caribbean service launch from Detroit, with the offering of Detroit – Montego Bay nonstop flight. Operating on seasonal basis from 20DEC18, Airbus A320 aircraft will operate this route 3 times a week.

Subject to Government Approval, planned schedule as follows.

NK441 DTW0715 – 1115MBJ 32A 247
NK444 MBJ1215 – 1620DTW 32A 247


https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/ai ... -dec-2018/

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Neos Airlines Application to JCAA for W19.

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Rmjhjr wrote:
Evelop! has returned! This evening they started off with an Airbus A330-200 which belonged to Air Europa. They had indicated an interchange between the A332 & A333. They will be doing weekly Wednesdays while Orbest! on Thursdays.



Great to have both carriers back to MBJ.


dominicl316 wrote:
The E145 is being utilized EIS-SDQ-KIN, not SXM.


This was a post from InterCaribbean during the launch in Santo Domingo. Safe to say it will most likely be the E145.

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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread.

Fri Jul 13, 2018 5:24 pm

dominicl316 wrote:
The E145 is being utilized EIS-SDQ-KIN, not SXM.



Has service already begun?
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread.

Sat Jul 14, 2018 11:25 pm

guyanam wrote:
dominicl316 wrote:
The E145 is being utilized EIS-SDQ-KIN, not SXM.



Has service already begun?


No, they were originally going to use the E145 out of EIS once service starts, but apparently opted to fly out of SXM instead.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Sun Jul 15, 2018 3:49 pm

hummingbird wrote:
Spirit Airlines will launch seasonal flights between DTW and MBJ eff Dec 20. Two weeks ago Sunwing announced a 2 weekly DTW-MBJ service eff Jan-April 2019. DL is expected to release their winter schedule from DTW in the next few week. I expect DL to do 4-6 weekly.


Spirit Airlines yesterday announced new Caribbean service launch from Detroit, with the offering of Detroit – Montego Bay nonstop flight. Operating on seasonal basis from 20DEC18, Airbus A320 aircraft will operate this route 3 times a week.

Subject to Government Approval, planned schedule as follows.

NK441 DTW0715 – 1115MBJ 32A 247
NK444 MBJ1215 – 1620DTW 32A 247


https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/ai ... -dec-2018/

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Neos Airlines Application to JCAA for W19.

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Rmjhjr wrote:
Evelop! has returned! This evening they started off with an Airbus A330-200 which belonged to Air Europa. They had indicated an interchange between the A332 & A333. They will be doing weekly Wednesdays while Orbest! on Thursdays.



Great to have both carriers back to MBJ.


dominicl316 wrote:
The E145 is being utilized EIS-SDQ-KIN, not SXM.


This was a post from InterCaribbean during the launch in Santo Domingo. Safe to say it will most likely be the E145.

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NK DTW-MBJ DEC 0>0.2 JAN 0>0.5 FEB 0>0.2

There is a rebound in the Michigan economy as this report looks at old Jamaican market. JM in the early days operate this route

Michigan’s economy is bigger than ever. Now is the time to diversify

https://www.bridgemi.com/economy/michig ... -diversify
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Tue Jul 17, 2018 7:45 pm

The Jamaican Govt has taken steps to ensure the country experiences solid growth from the Russian market, by easing the visa restrictions.


When contacted, Senior Communications Director in the Ministry of Tourism Delano Seiveright told OBSERVER ONLINE that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, which is piloting the process, has agreed in principle and are ironing out the details so that a Cabinet submission can be made in due course.

Under the agreement, Russians will need no entry visas to stay in Jamaica for up to 90 days, covering all types of trips.

Meanwhile, Seiveright said Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett is to make an announcement regarding the Russian market and “very positive efforts so far in getting that market on solid growth.”

He added that the ministry is excited as Russia is one of the markets that they have been aggressively targeting and expect to see an influx of Russian tourists in coming months and years
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http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/latestne ... ofile=1228

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United's updated schedule for the rest of the year.

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jm079 wrote:
There is a rebound in the Michigan economy as this report looks at old Jamaican market. JM in the early days operate this routeMichigan’s economy is bigger than ever. Now is the time to diversify



Agree. With all this growth consumers will have more spending power. NK having it's Northern hub at DTW, should do well on this route.
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Wed Jul 18, 2018 3:53 am

hummingbird wrote:
Spirit Airlines will launch seasonal flights between DTW and MBJ eff Dec 20. Two weeks ago Sunwing announced a 2 weekly DTW-MBJ service eff Jan-April 2019. DL is expected to release their winter schedule from DTW in the next few week. I expect DL to do 4-6 weekly.

Spirit Airlines yesterday announced new Caribbean service launch from Detroit, with the offering of Detroit – Montego Bay nonstop flight. Operating on seasonal basis from 20DEC18, Airbus A320 aircraft will operate this route 3 times a week.

Subject to Government Approval, planned schedule as follows.

NK441 DTW0715 – 1115MBJ 32A 247
NK444 MBJ1215 – 1620DTW 32A 247



jm079 wrote:
NK DTW-MBJ DEC 0>0.2 JAN 0>0.5 FEB 0>0.2

There is a rebound in the Michigan economy as this report looks at old Jamaican market.


hummingbird wrote:
NK having it's Northern hub at DTW, should do well on this route.


Well I am not surprised that NK decided to inaugurate DTW-MBJ. They have been expanding aggressively in the US even into some markets that one would not expect them to be in. I also wouldn't be surprised if they decide to connect other points in the US to MBJ in the future.


jm079 wrote:
JM in the early days operate this route


Didn't remember that they operated the DTW route back in the day. This was way back in the DC8/DC9 era I reckon.


hummingbird wrote:
United's updated schedule for the rest of the year.


I notice they list the B757 & B767 as aircraft type that they will also use. Have UA ever operated these larger birds on any of those routes to MBJ before? I know DL use the B757s on ATL-MBJ at times. Not certain about the B767s (?)
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Fri Jul 20, 2018 1:37 pm

Latest JCAA Applications.

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AA's fleet update. Was hoping to see the A330.

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Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett and other officials yesterday afternoon formally welcomed new nonstop flights by German airline, Eurowings, and Panama’s Copa Airlines at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay.
Eurowings made its inaugural weekly scheduled flight between the major German city of Munich and Montego Bay yesterday, while, Copa Airlines increased to daily, flights between Panama City and Montego Bay.
Jennifer Griffith, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Tourism; Donovan White, Director of Tourism; Delano Seiveright, Senior Strategist and Advisor, Ministry of Tourism; Joy Roberts, Executive Director of Jamaica Vacations and Dr Rafael Echevarne, Chief Executive Officer of MBJ Airports Limited operators of the Sangster International Airport and several airlines executives and crew staff were on hand for the official engagements.
“In line with our aggressive growth strategies in the European and Latin American markets, these new services will aide greatly in boosting tourist arrival numbers. For Germany, we are looking at bringing in 50,000 Germans to Jamaica’s shores within three years, after recording a 44 percent growth in German stopover arrivals in 2017 over the previous year with arrivals surging from 20,768 to 29,858 Germans,” Bartlett pointed out.

http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/news ... ontego-bay

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I notice they list the B757 & B767 as aircraft type that they will also use. Have UA ever operated these larger birds on any of those routes to MBJ before? I know DL use the B757s on ATL-MBJ at times. Not certain about the B767s (?)



In the past UA have operated their B752/B753 from EWR. It's possible we could see the B767s during peak winter travel from EWR.

DL have used their B767s from ATL in the past.
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Fri Jul 20, 2018 2:30 pm

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Latest JCAA Applications.

Thomas Cook Scandanavia

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AA's fleet update. Was hoping to see the A330.

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Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett and other officials yesterday afternoon formally welcomed new nonstop flights by German airline, Eurowings, and Panama’s Copa Airlines at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay.
Eurowings made its inaugural weekly scheduled flight between the major German city of Munich and Montego Bay yesterday, while, Copa Airlines increased to daily, flights between Panama City and Montego Bay.
Jennifer Griffith, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Tourism; Donovan White, Director of Tourism; Delano Seiveright, Senior Strategist and Advisor, Ministry of Tourism; Joy Roberts, Executive Director of Jamaica Vacations and Dr Rafael Echevarne, Chief Executive Officer of MBJ Airports Limited operators of the Sangster International Airport and several airlines executives and crew staff were on hand for the official engagements.
“In line with our aggressive growth strategies in the European and Latin American markets, these new services will aide greatly in boosting tourist arrival numbers. For Germany, we are looking at bringing in 50,000 Germans to Jamaica’s shores within three years, after recording a 44 percent growth in German stopover arrivals in 2017 over the previous year with arrivals surging from 20,768 to 29,858 Germans,” Bartlett pointed out.

http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/news ... ontego-bay

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airjamaica wrote:
I notice they list the B757 & B767 as aircraft type that they will also use. Have UA ever operated these larger birds on any of those routes to MBJ before? I know DL use the B757s on ATL-MBJ at times. Not certain about the B767s (?)



In the past UA have operated their B752/B753 from EWR. It's possible we could see the B767s during peak winter travel from EWR.

DL have used their B767s from ATL in the past.


WHAT!!, This is a major expansion in the fleet from AA that is being proposed, They are moving from narrow-bodied to widebodied
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Sat Jul 21, 2018 1:35 am

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Latest JCAA Applications.

Thomas Cook Scandanavia

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No surprises here. I was always expecting them.

hummingbird wrote:

AA's fleet update. Was hoping to see the A330.

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Wow! 777?
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Mon Jul 23, 2018 9:43 pm

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Since the last thread was locked, I will transfer over the last pieces of information.

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The following new routes were announced last week:

ATLANTA, June 25, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Vacation Express is excited to announce the expansion of exclusive, non-stop flights to Jamaica and the continuation of non-stop flights to Punta Cana from Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) beginning in early 2019. Flights to Jamaica will depart weekly on Mondays for 7 nights from January 21, 2019 through April 22, 2019, and flights to Punta Cana will depart weekly on Saturdays for 6 nights beginning February 16, 2019 through August 17, 2019. The 6-night spring flights to Jamaica will also return starting May 26, 2019 lasting through August 4, 2019.


ATLANTA, June 25, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Vacation Express will begin offering new, direct flights from Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) to Jamaica and expanding direct and non-stop flights to Punta Cana from Detroit in January of 2019. Flights to Jamaica will depart weekly on Mondays for 4 & 7 nights from January 21, 2019 through April 22, 2019 as well as on Fridays for 3 & 7 nights beginning January 25, 2019 and lasting through April 19, 2019


LANSING, Mich. (WSYM) - Apple Vacations has announced that it is renewing its schedule of nonstop Exclusive Vacation Flights from Capital Region International Airport (LAN) to three popular warm-weather getaways for its 2018-19 season.
Back for the second consecutive year are nonstop flights to Montego Bay, Jamaica.


WILLEMSTAD - Sky High will fly via Jamaica to Santo Domingo, the Dominican Republic. The Dominican airline has been flying directly to Curaçao for two months, but now adds a stopover in Kingston.
The flights are operated with a Jetstream 41 aircraft, which can carry 30 passengers. These flights will be operated every Monday and Friday.

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Inter-Caribbean announced nonstop SDQ-KIN services eff July 1st, but up to press time, flights are only bookable via PLS. Read between the lines.
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In other news:

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CARIBBEAN Airlines announced yesterday that it is introducing it “Caribbean Appleton Tropical Breeze” cocktail exclusively on flights between Fort Lauderdale and Montego Bay and Kingston from July 1 to August 31.
The refreshing blend is the creation of chef Derrick Mullings, head chef at Goddard Catering in Kingston. It is a unique mix of Appleton Rum and Grace Tropical Rhythms Fruit Medley.
Senior marketing manager Alicia Cabrera said: “The cocktail has been branded The Caribbean Appleton Tropical Breeze following an internal competition amongst our employees based in Jamaica. We are focused on ensuring our customers have a memorable experience when they fly, so in addition to giving two bags free during this summer period, we are pleased to share this signature cocktail.”

http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/car ... ofile=1373

To give a breakdown of flights between FLL-KIN/MBJ.

B6's first flights from FLL are strictly VFR traffic.

KIN
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MBJ
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Latest article on MBJ from Anna.Aero.

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Having achieved 8.4% growth in passenger numbers last year, Montego Bay has now passed the four million barrier, handling 4.28 million passengers last year compared to 3.95 million in 2017. The spike in passenger numbers last year was the best recorded since 2010, with its recent growth having peaked at 4.6% in 2015, a year when the airport hosted 3.80 million customers. Overall, between 2010 and 2017, Montego Bay has seen its annual passenger numbers grow by one million, increasing from 3.28 million to 4.28 million. This represents a growth rate for the eight years analysed of over 30%.


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Looking ahead for the rest of this year, some routes to look out for include the opening of flights to Düsseldorf and Munich with Eurowings, although the carrier is ending Cologne Bonn flights to allow for the opening of Düsseldorf services. Along with this, Montego Bay will welcome a new long-haul carrier in 2019, with Thomas Cook Airlines planning flights from Manchester on 6 May next year.

http://www.anna.aero/2018/07/04/montego-bay-traffic-climbs-30-2010-2017/


Word to the wise.


Caribbean Airlines is celebrating an increase in revenue but there fuel cost was 32% higher than the previous and nothing was mentioned of the labour cost as to whether or not it increases. Anna saws that they provided 110,708 seats to MBJ which was a drop of 1.5%

The increase in revenue can be attributed to higher fares and baggage fees

http://rjrnewsonline.com/business/carib ... e-increase
 
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Sat Jul 28, 2018 9:40 am

Swoop to Jamaica.

The applicant has applied to the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) for an exemption to permit it to sell, cause to be sold or publicly offer for sale a scheduled international service, large aircraft, between Canada and Jamaica, Mexico, Dominican Republic and Cuba, in the absence of a licence.
Section 59 of the CTA states that no person shall sell, cause to be sold or publicly offer for sale in Canada an air service unless, if required under Part II of the CTA, a person holds a licence issued under that Part in respect of that service and that licence is not suspended.
The applicant has applied for scheduled international licences, large aircraft, to operate services between Canada and Jamaica, Mexico, Dominican Republic and Cuba. However, as the application is not yet complete, the applicant has requested an exemption from the application of section 59 of the CTA.
The applicant indicates that it is in the process of obtaining a Canadian aviation document (CAD) from Transport Canada, which is required to complete the licence application. The applicant also indicates that it intends to commence commercial activities in Canada in late December 2018.


https://www.otc-cta.gc.ca/eng/ruling/2018-a-127

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Frontier has provided more details on the recently announced RDU-MBJ service.

Frontier Airlines will be the only carrier offering four out of six of these new non-stop routes. The carrier will be using the Airbus A320 family of aircraft to operate these routes. All six routes are seasonal in nature and will commence in mid-November.

The Montego Bay service will also be offered twice weekly on Mondays and Fridays. This route will be available from November 17. The flight departing Raleigh-Durham will leave at 6:00am and arrive in Montego Bay at 9:05am. The return flight will depart Montego Bay at 10:00am and arrive back in Raleigh-Durham at 1:10pm.


https://news.get.com/frontier-airlines- ... ew-cities/

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Rmjhjr wrote:
No surprises here. I was always expecting them.


Another A333 on the winter roster.


Rmjhjr wrote:
Wow! 777?
jm079 wrote:
WHAT!!, This is a major expansion in the fleet from AA that is being proposed, They are moving from narrow-bodied to widebodied


I believe the B777s are for IROPS situation.
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread.

Sun Jul 29, 2018 1:41 pm

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jm079 wrote:

Air Canada has an interesting strategy in Jamaica. On the YYZ MBJ market passengers all have to pay for there luggage - depending on the fare type you take) While on the YYZ- KIN market Air Canada allows for the first bag as free while the second you will have to pay. Secondly, if a consolidator issued the ticket then passengers travelling on Air Canada to KIN gets two free bags. This benefit is not available on the YYZ MBJ journey.


Interesting. I wasn't even aware of that. They obviously are aware of the generous baggage allowance offered by OJ on the KIN-YYZ route. Also BW has various options for baggage fees out of KIN depending on the type of ticket purchased. So I guess they had to make an exception for the KIN route.


jm079 wrote:
Air Canada needs to make up its mind. Is Jamaica a mainline product or is its a Rouge product market. They made the decision to switch to rouge on the Jamaica market but from Canada, there is a demand for mainline service. So in the middle of winter, we are seeing 777,330, 787. Those are high-end products


I took note of that as well. And I suspect that will always be the case on their MBJ route. You will see a combination of both the AC & RV service.


jm079 wrote:
KIN is a very big VFR market while MBJ is highly leisure.

In order to push off Fly Jamaica which has its generous baggage policy Air Canada has made amended its baggage policy on the YYZ - KIN


It's a similar situation in MBJ. To be competitive, BW had to adjust their baggage allowances on the FLL-MBJ route because of the presence of WN with their very generous two 50 lbs allowance. I like the competition though. In the end, the flying public benefit.


Caribbean Airlines is being pushed out of the Jamaica - Florida market as they have filed to cut capacity.

Anna states that in 2017 they cut capacity to 1.2% and they are continuing this process with a reduction in operations.

The entry of Southwest and Jetblue have impacted the market as customers have choices and they are not using BW.

BW MBJ-FLL SEP 1.0>0.4[1.0] OCT 1.0>0.4[1.0] NOV 1.0>0.4[1.0] DEC 1.0>0.7[1.0]
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Thu Aug 02, 2018 6:03 pm

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BW MBJ-FLL SEP 1.0>0.4[1.0] OCT 1.0>0.4[1.0] NOV 1.0>0.4[1.0] DEC 1.0>0.7[1.0]


-Flights will operate on Tue, Thur and Sat.
-With these reductions BW will be below the required number of minimum flights.
- They recently posted an ad recruiting crew members based in KIN.
- Is KIN-HAV on the horizon?


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Three teams are in contention for a public–private partnership deal to take over the operation and expansion of Norman Manley International Airport near Kingston, Jamaica.
The winner will finance, develop and maintain the airport, the second largest in Jamaica after Sangster International, which serves the tourist resort of Montego Bay.
A request for proposals was issued by the Ministry of Transport to eight prequalified bidders in June 2017. The three that responded are:

-Mexican airport operator Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico.

-A team led by Corporación del Este, a subsidiary of Dominican developer Grupo Puntacana. This team also includes China Harbour Engineering and local companies Corporación del Kingston, GBG Energy and Jamaica Producers Group.

-A team led by Egis Projects, a French engineer that specialises in international transport PPPs. Its team includes Jamaican investment adviser GK Capital Management, Kingston finance house Sagicor Investments Jamaica and Razel-Bec, the civil engineering arm of France’s Fayat Group.

http://www.globalconstructionreview.com ... irport-pp/
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Sat Aug 04, 2018 2:46 pm

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jm079 wrote:
BW MBJ-FLL SEP 1.0>0.4[1.0] OCT 1.0>0.4[1.0] NOV 1.0>0.4[1.0] DEC 1.0>0.7[1.0]


-Flights will operate on Tue, Thur and Sat.
-With these reductions BW will be below the required number of minimum flights.
- They recently posted an ad recruiting crew members based in KIN.
- Is KIN-HAV on the horizon?


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Three teams are in contention for a public–private partnership deal to take over the operation and expansion of Norman Manley International Airport near Kingston, Jamaica.
The winner will finance, develop and maintain the airport, the second largest in Jamaica after Sangster International, which serves the tourist resort of Montego Bay.
A request for proposals was issued by the Ministry of Transport to eight prequalified bidders in June 2017. The three that responded are:

-Mexican airport operator Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico.

-A team led by Corporación del Este, a subsidiary of Dominican developer Grupo Puntacana. This team also includes China Harbour Engineering and local companies Corporación del Kingston, GBG Energy and Jamaica Producers Group.

-A team led by Egis Projects, a French engineer that specialises in international transport PPPs. Its team includes Jamaican investment adviser GK Capital Management, Kingston finance house Sagicor Investments Jamaica and Razel-Bec, the civil engineering arm of France’s Fayat Group.

http://www.globalconstructionreview.com ... irport-pp/

BW’s changes to MBJ-FLL will likely hurt them on KIN-FLL as well as they’ll have to re-time the flights on days they aren’t flying MBJ-FLL and will lose the early morning departure out of KIN and the late return out of FLL. It will likely make them less attractive to business travelers.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Sun Aug 05, 2018 5:11 pm

Eff Dec 15, 2018, Swoop will operate twice weekly Hamilton to MBJ services using it's B738 configured for 189Y.

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Brickell305 wrote:
BW’s changes to MBJ-FLL will likely hurt them on KIN-FLL as well as they’ll have to re-time the flights on days they aren’t flying MBJ-FLL and will lose the early morning departure out of KIN and the late return out of FLL. It will likely make them less attractive to business travelers.


Based on the current schedule, the timing from KIN remains unchanged. The days the MBJ-FLL legs operated. The inbound KIN-FLL-MBJ will terminate in MBJ and continue on as BW 011 that departs late evening. The inbound JFK-MBJ aircraft will do MBJ-FLL-KIN.


Based on the latest OAG filing, the MBJ-FLL services will be terminated after Jan2019.

*BW MBJ-FLL JAN 1.0>0.2[1.0] FEB 1.0>0[1.0] MAR 1.0>0[1.0] APR 1.0>0[1.0] MAY 0.9>0[1.0]
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Sun Aug 05, 2018 5:50 pm

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Eff Dec 15, 2018, Swoop will operate twice weekly Hamilton to MBJ services using it's B738 configured for 189Y.

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Brickell305 wrote:
BW’s changes to MBJ-FLL will likely hurt them on KIN-FLL as well as they’ll have to re-time the flights on days they aren’t flying MBJ-FLL and will lose the early morning departure out of KIN and the late return out of FLL. It will likely make them less attractive to business travelers.


Based on the current schedule, the timing from KIN remains unchanged. The days the MBJ-FLL legs operated. The inbound KIN-FLL-MBJ will terminate in MBJ and continue on as BW 011 that departs late evening. The inbound JFK-MBJ aircraft will do MBJ-FLL-KIN.


Based on the latest OAG filing, the MBJ-FLL services will be terminated after Jan2019.

*BW MBJ-FLL JAN 1.0>0.2[1.0] FEB 1.0>0[1.0] MAR 1.0>0[1.0] APR 1.0>0[1.0] MAY 0.9>0[1.0]
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1400749

Ok. So on days that FLL-MBJ doesn’t operate, where will the aircraft that does the early morning KIN-FLL go after that? Will it sit at FLL until it’s time for the afternoon departure to KIN? They only operate KIN once a day and the POS flight is flown by an aircraft that arrives from POS.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Sun Aug 05, 2018 9:47 pm

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hummingbird wrote:
Eff Dec 15, 2018, Swoop will operate twice weekly Hamilton to MBJ services using it's B738 configured for 189Y.

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Brickell305 wrote:
BW’s changes to MBJ-FLL will likely hurt them on KIN-FLL as well as they’ll have to re-time the flights on days they aren’t flying MBJ-FLL and will lose the early morning departure out of KIN and the late return out of FLL. It will likely make them less attractive to business travelers.


Based on the current schedule, the timing from KIN remains unchanged. The days the MBJ-FLL legs operated. The inbound KIN-FLL-MBJ will terminate in MBJ and continue on as BW 011 that departs late evening. The inbound JFK-MBJ aircraft will do MBJ-FLL-KIN.


Based on the latest OAG filing, the MBJ-FLL services will be terminated after Jan2019.

*BW MBJ-FLL JAN 1.0>0.2[1.0] FEB 1.0>0[1.0] MAR 1.0>0[1.0] APR 1.0>0[1.0] MAY 0.9>0[1.0]
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1400749

Ok. So on days that FLL-MBJ doesn’t operate, where will the aircraft that does the early morning KIN-FLL go after that? Will it sit at FLL until it’s time for the afternoon departure to KIN? They only operate KIN once a day and the POS flight is flown by an aircraft that arrives from POS.



My apologies. Just saw the latest schedule. The days when MBJ-FLL does not operate. The KIN-FLL flights will leave at 12:30pm arr 3:20pm and depart!at 5:20pm.
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Mon Aug 06, 2018 12:00 pm

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Brickell305 wrote:
hummingbird wrote:
Eff Dec 15, 2018, Swoop will operate twice weekly Hamilton to MBJ services using it's B738 configured for 189Y.

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Based on the current schedule, the timing from KIN remains unchanged. The days the MBJ-FLL legs operated. The inbound KIN-FLL-MBJ will terminate in MBJ and continue on as BW 011 that departs late evening. The inbound JFK-MBJ aircraft will do MBJ-FLL-KIN.


Based on the latest OAG filing, the MBJ-FLL services will be terminated after Jan2019.

*BW MBJ-FLL JAN 1.0>0.2[1.0] FEB 1.0>0[1.0] MAR 1.0>0[1.0] APR 1.0>0[1.0] MAY 0.9>0[1.0]
viewtopic.php?f=3&t=1400749

Ok. So on days that FLL-MBJ doesn’t operate, where will the aircraft that does the early morning KIN-FLL go after that? Will it sit at FLL until it’s time for the afternoon departure to KIN? They only operate KIN once a day and the POS flight is flown by an aircraft that arrives from POS.



My apologies. Just saw the latest schedule. The days when MBJ-FLL does not operate. The KIN-FLL flights will leave at 12:30pm arr 3:20pm and depart!at 5:20pm.

Ok. Ouch. That will definitely hurt BW with business travelers who can otherwise get an early morning departure on B6 or AA to MIA.
 
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Mon Aug 06, 2018 1:43 pm

Minister Bartlett welcomes resilience conference to Jamaica...

Jamaica tourism minister, Edmund Bartlett, has announced the country will host a resilience summit with key global stakeholders and thought leaders on September 13th at the University of the West Indies, Mona.

The date was selected to commemorate hurricanes Irma and Maria, two of the most devastating weather systems to have affected the region.

“This summit forms part of my ministry’s efforts to build resilience within the region and globally.

“Resilience building has become even more crucial in a world that is hyper connected and as such more susceptible to climate change, epidemics and pandemics, terrorism and cybercrime,” Bartlett said.

The resilience summit, to be held under the theme ‘Tourism Resilience through Global Synergies’, will seek to assess existing and emerging disruptions related to tourism management globally; examine the risk of these disruptions to the global tourism product; and identify a synergetic strategic and operational framework for mutual partnerships between and among major governmental, non-governmental and business entities to address as well as develop mitigation strategies for these global disruptions.

The Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Centre was one of the major outcomes of the Global Conference on Jobs and Inclusive Growth: Partnerships for Sustainable Tourism under the esteemed partnership of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation, the government of Jamaica, the World Bank Group and the Inter-American Development Bank.

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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Tue Aug 07, 2018 1:24 pm

BW is beginning a slow pull down of their Jamaica operations. YYZ down and now MBJ FLL gone. If another carrier enters FLL KIN that's gone too. Maybe just the JFK service will be left.

BTW the notion that BW has to operate a minimum level of service into KIN is irrelevant. The gov't of Jamaica isnt putting $$ into BW. Jamaica doesn't need BW. T&T can no longer afford to subsidize losing making routes, especially where prospects for profitability are all but nil.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Wed Aug 08, 2018 9:18 pm

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BW is beginning a slow pull down of their Jamaica operations. YYZ down and now MBJ FLL gone. If another carrier enters FLL KIN that's gone too. Maybe just the JFK service will be left.

BTW the notion that BW has to operate a minimum level of service into KIN is irrelevant. The gov't of Jamaica isnt putting $$ into BW. Jamaica doesn't need BW. T&T can no longer afford to subsidize losing making routes, especially where prospects for profitability are all but nil.


Which notion is that??
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Wed Aug 08, 2018 9:44 pm

Jamaica is missing one important link now. MEX. Maybe they should talk to AM about service. 4Xweek MBJ and 3Xweek should work especially If timed to the asian flights at MEX.
 
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Thu Aug 09, 2018 3:40 am

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Jamaica is missing one important link now. MEX. Maybe they should talk to AM about service. 4Xweek MBJ and 3Xweek should work especially If timed to the asian flights at MEX.


The last time we got a flight from Mexico was in 2016 when Interjet did a few flights on Sundays. If I recall it only lasted 1 month.
We sure do need airlift from there to complete the link of North, South and Central America.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Thu Aug 09, 2018 6:11 am

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-Flights will operate on Tue, Thur and Sat.


Brickell305 wrote:
BW’s changes to MBJ-FLL will likely hurt them on KIN-FLL as well as they’ll have to re-time the flights on days they aren’t flying MBJ-FLL and will lose the early morning departure out of KIN and the late return out of FLL. It will likely make them less attractive to business travelers.


I guess the writing was on the wall from Day 1. 4 carriers (3 of which are classified as "low cost"... though I don't consider B6 to be a low cost carrier anymore) was bound to be a messy blood bath. At least one wouldn't be able to take the heat in the kitchen & would have eventually run out. Can't say I am surprised. I knew B6, WN & NK wasn't going to walk away from that battle just like that.

Brickell305 wrote:
Ouch. That will definitely hurt BW with business travelers who can otherwise get an early morning departure on B6 or AA to MIA.


I agree. As a business person heading to South Florida why leave KIN 12:30pm when I can leave shortly after 6:00am?


LightChop2Chop wrote:
Jamaica is missing one important link now. MEX. Maybe they should talk to AM about service. 4Xweek MBJ and 3Xweek should work especially If timed to the asian flights at MEX.


Rmjhjr wrote:
The last time we got a flight from Mexico was in 2016 when Interjet did a few flights on Sundays. If I recall it only lasted 1 month.
We sure do need airlift from there to complete the link of North, South and Central America.


I am more inclined to think 4O would operate it, should that link ever become a seasonal charter to MBJ over AM. But regardless, yes it would be great to have that link.
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Thu Aug 09, 2018 4:39 pm

So if BW's later departure from KIN hurts them on the FLL route then that goes too.

I think that T&T is running out pf patience with non performing routes that don't involve POS. There is increasing irritation from the voters about $$ spent on BW. The group that oversees state owned corporations speaks frequently of the need to reduce/remove nonperforming routes. With Tobago unhappy with the level of service that they perceive that they get from BW it will be a huge political scandal if multi million $$ losses are allowed for Jamaican routes.

A poster here claimed that BW was "obligated" to provide a certain level of routes out of Jamaica. That notion is over unless Jamaica puts $$ to support BW, which of course they will not. The current T&T PM was very vocal in his opposition to BW assuming JMs old routes, even though it was his political party that was involved in it.
 
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Sat Aug 11, 2018 1:42 am

Kuods to Go-Jamaica and Copa Airlines.

Announcement:
Today, GO! Jamaica Travel was named the Tour Operator for Copa Airlines in Jamaica. The announcement was made at a breakfast launch at the Jamaica Pegasus Hotel in Kingston Jamaica.
In attendance at the launch were JHTA members, travel agents, supplier partners and staff members of GO! Jamaica Travel.
GO! Jamaica Travel will be developing and selling packages for Copa Airlines which will include airfare, hotel accommodations, transfers, insurance and airport lounges in Kingston and Montego Bay. These packages will be throughout the Copa Airlines network and come into effect 01 September 2018.


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This is what you do when you have total monopoly on the route. I have been saying for years, this route needs competition.

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airjamaica wrote:
I guess the writing was on the wall from Day 1. 4 carriers (3 of which are classified as "low cost"... though I don't consider B6 to be a low cost carrier anymore) was bound to be a messy blood bath. At least one wouldn't be able to take the heat in the kitchen & would have eventually run out. Can't say I am surprised. I knew B6, WN & NK wasn't going to walk away from that battle just like that.


Not surprised as it was bound to happen with WN on the route. BW tried to maintain their market share by re -introducing their two bags fly free exclusively on this sector. WN adding a second daily was the final nail in the coffin.
Once the NMIA is privatised, the days of using Grand-Father rights will be long gone. Expect WN in KIN by 2019 from FLL.


airjamaica wrote:
I am more inclined to think 4O would operate it, should that link ever become a seasonal charter to MBJ over AM. But regardless, yes it would be great to have that link.


Rmjhjr wrote:
The last time we got a flight from Mexico was in 2016 when Interjet did a few flights on Sundays. If I recall it only lasted 1 month.We sure do need airlift from there to complete the link of North, South and Central America.


-Earlier this year Jamaica and Mexico signed a MOU for a Multi Destination Agreement which will create ease of travel between both countries. This should take effect in W2019. Similar agrements were signed with Cayman, Cuba and DR. I can see AM Connect doing a MEX-CUN-MBJ-CUN-MEX 3 times a week.

Brickell305 wrote:
Ok. Ouch. That will definitely hurt BW with business travelers who can otherwise get an early morning departure on B6 or AA to MIA.



B6 will be getting all this traffic.
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Tue Aug 14, 2018 5:42 pm

More Canadian winter flights.

"WestJet's new non-stop service to Montego Bay is another great travel option for Albertans looking to escape the cold to Jamaica's most lively city and popular sun destination," said Bob Sartor, President and CEO for The Calgary Airport Authority. "We're also extremely pleased with our partner airline's continued growth and investment into YYC as its hub airport, with 142 daily flights out of Calgary during the winter peak."
"MBJ welcomes WestJet's twice-weekly service from Calgary, Canada," said Rafael Echevarne, CEO, MBJ Airports Limited. "We congratulate WestJet in expanding their service to Montego Bay from other parts of Canada. We look forward to this service and additional passengers from Canada.

Calgary – Montego Bay
9:30am-4:44 p.m.
Nov. 3, 2018*

Montego Bay – Calgary
1:20 p.m-7:20 p.m.
Nov. 3, 2018*

Twice weekly starts Jan 6, 2019. Calgary services ends in Apr 2019.

Also YYZ-KIN will see an increase from 2-3 weekly for W19.



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TORONTO, Aug. 14, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sunwing has confirmed that they will be returning to Sudbury this winter and will be adding a new flight service to Montego Bay. The travel company has operated from Sudbury for the past 11 years, but this coming season will mark the first time that they have offered local residents two different destinations for their winter escape. The new flight service will depart Thursdays between December 20, 2018 and April 11, 2019. In addition, the tour operator’s perennially popular seasonal flight service to Punta Cana, Dominican Republic will operate weekly from December 19, 2018 until April 3, 2019.


http://www.globenewswire.com/news-relea ... maica.html


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Busy day at KIN today with 6 flights from JFK.

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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Wed Aug 15, 2018 6:57 am

hummingbird wrote:
This is what you do when you have total monopoly on the route. I have been saying for years, this route needs competition.


It was just a matter of time. Being the only carrier on that sector they can hike fares & charge for each checked luggage with little or no impact whatsoever.


hummingbird wrote:
More Canadian winter flights.


Didn't AC operate YYC-MBJ seasonally in the past? Is that route also operated by WG?


hummingbird wrote:
Busy day at KIN today with 6 flights from JFK.


I assume B6 6115 was to pick up the backlog from a previously cancelled flight? Normally it's 3x daily during the summer.
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Tue Aug 21, 2018 5:11 pm

JOA, MBJ Airports light Olympic Flame
Saturday, July 28, 2018

Montego Bay Jamaica (MBJ) Airports Limited, which runs the Sangster International Airport (SIA), is now a location for the Jamaica Olympic Flame resulting from a partnership it has entered into with the Jamaica Olympic Association (JOA).

The airport, which is Jamaica's flight hub, will display videos and documentary, infomercial regarding past and upcoming Olympics on monitors throughout its facility, as well as banners which value $3,000,000 per annum.

“MBJ Airports Limited expresses appreciation to the Jamaica Olympic Association for being chosen as a location with the Jamaica Olympic Flame,” said Sharon Hislop-Holt, manager, commercial business development and marketing, MBJ Airports Limited.

She shared additional details of the deal, noting a wholesome Olympic experience for passengers and those who use the facility, which is located in western Jamaica's tourist city.

Hislop-Holt said: “When the retail area is expanded, during Olympic season, we'll allow for a pop-up Olympic Area to be developed to include the Olympic petal, sale of merchandise, displays, and past Olympians can interact with passengers.”

She added: “During the Olympic period we'll allocate space on our website for the JOA.”
“This partnership with Sangster International follows right upon the heels of signing with Toyota to be our transportation partner during the Olympic period. We are very grateful to Sangster International for buying into our vision in allowing the Jamaica Olympic Association and its members to become self-sufficient. Corporate partnerships like these are a step in a positive direction,” said Foster.

“The executives of Sangster did not think twice when we made the presentation and shared our vision and goals and, in fact, they already were big on corporate social responsibility through sport development.”

The JOA executive also expressed a hope that the partnership will facilitate the push for professionalism.

“This partnership is long term and we hope for a mutually beneficial relationship,” said Foster. “We believe these benefits, especially that of the Olympic Lounge and Pop-up store, will go a far way to not only monetise our assets, showcase the continuous renovations and improvements at Sangster, but also to solidify our push into professionalising the operations of JOA while at the same time improving the experience and benefits to our constituent members,” he said.

“There will be similar announcements to come.”

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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Tue Aug 21, 2018 5:53 pm

Jamaica Tourism Market Grows By 5% First Six Months
WESTERN BUREAU:

Jamaica showed the world that it was safe despite a state of emergency (SOE), and the island has been rewarded with record tourist arrivals for the first six months of the year, Tourism Minister Edmund Barlet reported yesterday.

The SOE was called at the start of the winter tourist season, putting fear in many of the island's hoteliers as cancellations started coming in primarily from the Canadian and UK markets.

However, strong on-the-ground marketing engagements with key stakeholders by Bartlett and his team, the Jamaica Tourist Board, and the Jamaica Hotel and Tourist Association (JHTA) staved off any significant fallout, resulting in increased growth in arrivals to the island's shores.

"Quick, aggressive, and sustained interventions," was how Bartlett described the efforts while addressing journalists at a press conference at the Montego Bay Convention Centre on Friday.

ARRIVAL STATISTICS

The country recorded overall market growth of 5.4 per cent, with stopover arrivals increasing by 5.9 per cent and cruise ship visitors by 4.8 per cent over the same period last year. The numbers equate to 1.25 million in stopover arrivals and approximately one million in cruise arrivals.

Of note is that the sector brought in US$1.56 billion in foreign exchange earnings, which represents an increase of 7.3 per cent. Stopover arrivals accounted for US$1.46 billion in earnings, up 7.2 per cent, and cruise US$100.6 million, an increase of 9.4 per cent.

"I am extremely excited about our earnings because it is not normal for earnings to grow ahead of arrivals. This means that we are firmly on track to bringing in the five million visitors by 2021," the tourism minister declared.

Cementing the statements made by the minister, president of the JHTA, Omar Robinson, said that travel agents, influencers and their social media postings of what was happening, showing that the SOE was not affecting law-abiding citizens and the free movement of visitors, contributed significantly to this outcome.

Director of Tourism Donovan White concurred, noting that it has been all hands on deck as teams locally and overseas spread the message of Destination Jamaica's commitment to security and safety.

"As we ramp up digital marketing strategies among a range of other initiatives, we are to improve on these figures," said White.

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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Thu Aug 23, 2018 12:48 pm

airjamaica wrote:
It was just a matter of time. Being the only carrier on that sector they can hike fares & charge for each checked luggage with little or no impact whatsoever.

I believe the KIN flights are the most profitable in their network.

airjamaica wrote:
Didn't AC operate YYC-MBJ seasonally in the past? Is that route also operated by WG?


AC used the B767 on the flights from YYC. It was a weekly service.
WG currently operates twice weekly service from YYC year round. I have a feeling they will announce YVR-MBJ using the B38M.

airjamaica wrote:
I assume B6 6115 was to pick up the backlog from a previously cancelled flight? Normally it's 3x daily during the summer.


I forgot they experienced storms in the NYC area. BTW the 3 dailies were mainly operated with the A321s combined with 3 dailies from FLL.

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Nov 2017

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168 78 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines TLH MBJ 11
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480 462 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW 11
498 459 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ ORD 11
498 441 United Air Lines Inc. ORD MBJ 11
512 445 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL 11
512 455 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ 11
525 494 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 11
525 419 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 11
528 487 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ 11
528 300 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL 11
528 526 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ 11
528 467 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK 11
532 478 ExpressJet Airlines Inc. ATL MBJ 11
532 395 ExpressJet Airlines Inc. MBJ ATL 11
640 510 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 11
640 412 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 11
664 533 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAH 11
664 576 United Air Lines Inc. IAH MBJ 11
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672 551 XTRA Airways MBJ STL 11
716 657 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ 11
716 665 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR 11
750 652 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 11
750 441 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 11
1160 835 Spirit Air Lines FLL KIN 11
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1200 932 JetBlue Airways MBJ BOS 11
1200 952 JetBlue Airways BOS MBJ 11
2508 2231 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL 11
2574 2312 Southwest Airlines Co. HOU MBJ 11
2574 2351 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ HOU 11
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4500 3883 JetBlue Airways FLL MBJ 11
4620 3611 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL KIN 11
4620 3199 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ FLL 11
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4620 2635 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ JFK 11
4620 2993 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK MBJ 11
4759 3666 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK 11
4774 3672 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL MBJ 11
4833 3910 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ ORD 11
4833 4249 United Air Lines Inc. ORD MBJ 11
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5118 3817 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN 11
5434 4870 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 11
5434 4717 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 11
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5442 4708 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR 11
5800 4644 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ 11
6000 4471 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK 11
7865 6620 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ FLL 11
8008 6193 Southwest Airlines Co. FLL MBJ 11
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9000 8224 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL 11
9194 8399 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 11
9195 8196 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 11
11033 9808 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 11
11033 9524 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 11
13600 10331 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA 11
13760 11348 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ 11
14400 11410 American Airlines Inc. KIN MIA 11
14400 12130 American Airlines Inc. MIA KIN 11

DEC 2017

126 121 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ MSP 12
126 122 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MSP MBJ 12
143 140 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ AUS 12
149 145 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JAX 12
150 1 JetBlue Airways KIN PHL 12
168 156 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines RFD MBJ 12
168 156 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ RFD 12
168 160 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ STL 12
168 160 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines STL MBJ 12
174 119 Aerovias de Intergracian Regional KIN MIA 12
175 122 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 12
175 140 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 12
175 143 Southwest Airlines Co. FLL MBJ 12
175 112 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ FLL 12
179 63 Swift Air, LLC AEX KIN 12
179 151 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ 12
179 172 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR 12
179 15 Swift Air, LLC KIN AEX 12
180 93 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ MSP 12
180 148 Delta Air Lines Inc. MSP MBJ 12
189 157 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 12
189 130 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 12
213 151 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK 12
218 154 Omni Air International LLC KIN JFK 12
256 226 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL 12
256 232 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ 12
298 0 Swift Air, LLC KIN MIA 12
298 228 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN 12
298 267 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL 12
298 0 Swift Air, LLC MIA KIN 12
320 203 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ MSP 12
320 291 Delta Air Lines Inc. MSP MBJ 12
358 297 United Air Lines Inc. IAD MBJ 12
358 329 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAD 12
360 309 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ 12
360 308 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW 12
384 290 American Airlines Inc. BOS MBJ 12
384 293 American Airlines Inc. MBJ BOS 12
390 301 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK 12
396 313 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ 12
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398 303 National Air Cargo Group Inc d/ba National Airlines KIN JFK 12
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512 317 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 12
512 190 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 12
585 479 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN 12
597 480 National Air Cargo Group Inc d/ba National Airlines JFK KIN 12
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1292 985 ExpressJet Airlines Inc. MBJ ATL 12
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2189 1860 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 12
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2288 1978 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 12
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2464 2118 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ 12
2508 1972 Spirit Air Lines FLL MBJ 12
2508 1373 Spirit Air Lines MBJ FLL 12
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2520 2278 Spirit Air Lines FLL MBJ 12
2822 2456 United Air Lines Inc. IAH MBJ 12
2822 1884 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAH 12
2850 2358 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 12
2850 2130 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 12
3289 3155 Southwest Airlines Co. MDW MBJ 12
3289 2597 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ HOU 12
3289 2515 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MDW 12
3432 3276 Southwest Airlines Co. HOU MBJ 12
3682 2770 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN 12
3718 2997 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MCO 12
3718 3544 Southwest Airlines Co. MCO MBJ 12
4159 3538 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ 12
4159 2911 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK 12
4248 2118 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK 12
4320 3602 American Airlines Inc. DFW MBJ 12
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4620 3410 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK MBJ 12
4640 3265 American Airlines Inc. MBJ ORD 12
4640 3981 American Airlines Inc. ORD MBJ 12
4650 4104 JetBlue Airways MCO MBJ 12
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4800 4265 JetBlue Airways FLL MBJ 12
4928 4540 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL KIN 12
4928 3205 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN FLL 12
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5440 4677 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK 12
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5544 3099 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN JFK 12
5549 5089 United Air Lines Inc. ORD MBJ 12
5549 4349 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ ORD 12
6000 4287 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK 12
6000 5145 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN 12
6006 5771 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 12
6149 5258 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 12
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6450 5781 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN 12
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7895 6262 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 12
8045 7268 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 12
8866 6643 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ FLL 12
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9350 6369 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL 12
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11594 9025 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 12
12480 8856 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA 12
12480 10981 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ 12
17440 11682 American Airlines Inc. KIN MIA 12
17600 15450 American Airlines Inc. MIA KIN 12
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Thu Aug 23, 2018 1:52 pm

hummingbird wrote:

USDOT Stats-NOV and Dec 2017.

Nov 2017

162 77 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ TPA 11
168 78 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines TLH MBJ 11
168 166 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN 11
168 119 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK 11
173 0 Miami Air International MIA KIN 11
173 166 Miami Air International JFK KIN 11
173 119 Miami Air International KIN JFK 11
179 160 United Air Lines Inc. IAH MBJ 11
179 76 Swift Air, LLC AEX KIN 11
179 15 Swift Air, LLC KIN AEX 11
179 144 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAH 11
180 135 Spirit Air Lines FLL KIN 11
180 88 Spirit Air Lines KIN FLL 11
290 171 Spirit Air Lines FLL MBJ 11
290 276 Spirit Air Lines MBJ FLL 11
480 456 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ 11
480 376 American Airlines Inc. LAX MBJ 11
480 329 American Airlines Inc. MBJ LAX 11
480 462 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW 11
498 459 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ ORD 11
498 441 United Air Lines Inc. ORD MBJ 11
512 445 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL 11
512 455 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ 11
525 494 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 11
525 419 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 11
528 487 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ 11
528 300 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL 11
528 526 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ 11
528 467 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK 11
532 478 ExpressJet Airlines Inc. ATL MBJ 11
532 395 ExpressJet Airlines Inc. MBJ ATL 11
640 510 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 11
640 412 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 11
664 533 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAH 11
664 576 United Air Lines Inc. IAH MBJ 11
672 533 XTRA Airways STL MBJ 11
672 551 XTRA Airways MBJ STL 11
716 657 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ 11
716 665 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR 11
750 652 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 11
750 441 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 11
1160 835 Spirit Air Lines FLL KIN 11
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1200 952 JetBlue Airways BOS MBJ 11
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2574 2312 Southwest Airlines Co. HOU MBJ 11
2574 2351 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ HOU 11
2640 2154 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN 11
3003 2622 Southwest Airlines Co. MDW MBJ 11
3003 2547 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MDW 11
3040 1970 American Airlines Inc. MBJ DFW 11
3040 2468 American Airlines Inc. DFW MBJ 11
3168 2414 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK 11
3289 3093 Southwest Airlines Co. MCO MBJ 11
3289 2820 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MCO 11
3366 2765 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN 11
3520 2678 American Airlines Inc. ORD MBJ 11
3520 2627 American Airlines Inc. MBJ ORD 11
3750 2653 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK 11
3750 3008 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ 11
4140 3147 Spirit Air Lines FLL MBJ 11
4140 3493 Spirit Air Lines MBJ FLL 11
4159 3810 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ 11
4160 3833 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK 11
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4350 3985 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN 11
4466 2866 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN JFK 11
4470 4048 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 11
4470 3992 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 11
4500 3802 JetBlue Airways MCO MBJ 11
4500 3621 JetBlue Airways MBJ MCO 11
4500 3965 JetBlue Airways MBJ FLL 11
4500 3883 JetBlue Airways FLL MBJ 11
4620 3611 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL KIN 11
4620 3199 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ FLL 11
4620 2812 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN FLL 11
4620 3038 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK KIN 11
4620 2635 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ JFK 11
4620 2993 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK MBJ 11
4759 3666 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK 11
4774 3672 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL MBJ 11
4833 3910 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ ORD 11
4833 4249 United Air Lines Inc. ORD MBJ 11
5049 4271 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL 11
5049 4079 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ 11
5118 3817 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN 11
5434 4870 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 11
5434 4717 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 11
5442 5083 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ 11
5442 4708 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR 11
5800 4644 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ 11
6000 4471 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK 11
7865 6620 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ FLL 11
8008 6193 Southwest Airlines Co. FLL MBJ 11
9000 7726 JetBlue Airways FLL KIN 11
9000 8224 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL 11
9194 8399 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 11
9195 8196 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 11
11033 9808 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 11
11033 9524 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 11
13600 10331 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA 11
13760 11348 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ 11
14400 11410 American Airlines Inc. KIN MIA 11
14400 12130 American Airlines Inc. MIA KIN 11

DEC 2017

126 121 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ MSP 12
126 122 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MSP MBJ 12
143 140 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ AUS 12
149 145 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JAX 12
150 1 JetBlue Airways KIN PHL 12
168 156 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines RFD MBJ 12
168 156 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ RFD 12
168 160 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ STL 12
168 160 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines STL MBJ 12
174 119 Aerovias de Intergracian Regional KIN MIA 12
175 122 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 12
175 140 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 12
175 143 Southwest Airlines Co. FLL MBJ 12
175 112 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ FLL 12
179 63 Swift Air, LLC AEX KIN 12
179 151 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ 12
179 172 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR 12
179 15 Swift Air, LLC KIN AEX 12
180 93 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ MSP 12
180 148 Delta Air Lines Inc. MSP MBJ 12
189 157 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 12
189 130 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 12
213 151 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK 12
218 154 Omni Air International LLC KIN JFK 12
256 226 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL 12
256 232 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ 12
298 0 Swift Air, LLC KIN MIA 12
298 228 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN 12
298 267 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL 12
298 0 Swift Air, LLC MIA KIN 12
320 203 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ MSP 12
320 291 Delta Air Lines Inc. MSP MBJ 12
358 297 United Air Lines Inc. IAD MBJ 12
358 329 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAD 12
360 309 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ 12
360 308 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW 12
384 290 American Airlines Inc. BOS MBJ 12
384 293 American Airlines Inc. MBJ BOS 12
390 301 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK 12
396 313 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ 12
396 285 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW 12
398 303 National Air Cargo Group Inc d/ba National Airlines KIN JFK 12
474 439 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ 12
474 424 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW 12
512 317 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 12
512 190 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 12
585 479 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN 12
597 480 National Air Cargo Group Inc d/ba National Airlines JFK KIN 12
770 570 Caribbean Airlines Limited MCO KIN 12
770 334 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN MCO 12
840 599 XTRA Airways MBJ STL 12
840 618 XTRA Airways STL MBJ 12
1008 550 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ MSP 12
1160 1054 Spirit Air Lines FLL KIN 12
1160 744 Spirit Air Lines KIN FLL 12
1176 995 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MSP MBJ 12
1216 1081 ExpressJet Airlines Inc. ATL MBJ 12
1280 1131 Delta Air Lines Inc. MSP MBJ 12
1280 662 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ MSP 12
1292 985 ExpressJet Airlines Inc. MBJ ATL 12
1570 1255 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL 12
1600 1280 American Airlines Inc. LAX MBJ 12
1600 790 American Airlines Inc. MBJ LAX 12
1600 819 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ BOS 12
1600 1343 Delta Air Lines Inc. BOS MBJ 12
1620 1526 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 12
1620 1076 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 12
1650 1488 JetBlue Airways BOS MBJ 12
1650 1150 JetBlue Airways MBJ BOS 12
1714 1387 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN 12
1716 1487 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN 12
1848 1424 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL 12
2189 1757 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 12
2189 1860 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 12
2288 1278 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 12
2288 1978 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 12
2464 1615 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA 12
2464 2118 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ 12
2508 1972 Spirit Air Lines FLL MBJ 12
2508 1373 Spirit Air Lines MBJ FLL 12
2520 1851 Spirit Air Lines MBJ FLL 12
2520 2278 Spirit Air Lines FLL MBJ 12
2822 2456 United Air Lines Inc. IAH MBJ 12
2822 1884 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAH 12
2850 2358 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 12
2850 2130 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 12
3289 3155 Southwest Airlines Co. MDW MBJ 12
3289 2597 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ HOU 12
3289 2515 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MDW 12
3432 3276 Southwest Airlines Co. HOU MBJ 12
3682 2770 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN 12
3718 2997 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MCO 12
3718 3544 Southwest Airlines Co. MCO MBJ 12
4159 3538 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ 12
4159 2911 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK 12
4248 2118 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK 12
4320 3602 American Airlines Inc. DFW MBJ 12
4320 2951 American Airlines Inc. MBJ DFW 12
4620 3410 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK MBJ 12
4640 3265 American Airlines Inc. MBJ ORD 12
4640 3981 American Airlines Inc. ORD MBJ 12
4650 4104 JetBlue Airways MCO MBJ 12
4650 4093 JetBlue Airways MBJ FLL 12
4650 3586 JetBlue Airways MBJ MCO 12
4774 1926 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ JFK 12
4774 2260 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ FLL 12
4774 3590 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL MBJ 12
4800 4265 JetBlue Airways FLL MBJ 12
4928 4540 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL KIN 12
4928 3205 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN FLL 12
5440 4947 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ 12
5440 4677 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK 12
5544 5083 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK KIN 12
5544 3099 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN JFK 12
5549 5089 United Air Lines Inc. ORD MBJ 12
5549 4349 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ ORD 12
6000 4287 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK 12
6000 5145 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN 12
6006 5771 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 12
6149 5258 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 12
6150 4836 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK 12
6450 5781 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN 12
6503 5511 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 12
6503 5821 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 12
6750 5795 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ 12
6900 4516 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK 12
7458 6853 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ 12
7458 5970 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR 12
7895 6262 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 12
8045 7268 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 12
8866 6643 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ FLL 12
9009 8005 Southwest Airlines Co. FLL MBJ 12
9300 8244 JetBlue Airways FLL KIN 12
9300 7584 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL 12
9350 6369 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL 12
9350 7728 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ 12
11594 10201 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 12
11594 9025 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 12
12480 8856 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA 12
12480 10981 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ 12
17440 11682 American Airlines Inc. KIN MIA 12
17600 15450 American Airlines Inc. MIA KIN 12


Jeez! AA surely can always be seen smiling all the to the bank and back! As expected, the Big 3 have things locked. Southwest and B6 making sure they're never left in the dust as well. Thanks for the stats.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Thu Aug 23, 2018 4:09 pm

Rmjhjr wrote:
Jeez! AA surely can always be seen smiling all the to the bank and back! As expected, the Big 3 have things locked. Southwest and B6 making sure they're never left in the dust as well. Thanks for the stats.


AA currently has the largest market share from Jamaica to US. I have a feeling we may see the B38Ms this winter to KIN.
Can't wait for Southwest to open FLL-KIN.



Jan 2018- Take a look at BW's numbers to FLL compared to WN and B6.

132 82 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ 1
132 130 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW 1
149 122 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN 1
149 149 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL 1
150 142 JetBlue Airways KIN MCO 1
150 139 JetBlue Airways KIN PHL 1
160 156 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 1
168 154 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines FAR MBJ 1
168 110 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines FSD MBJ 1
175 141 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MDW 1
175 145 Southwest Airlines Co. MDW MBJ 1
179 73 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MIA KIN 1
179 15 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern KIN AEX 1
179 150 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ MKE 1
179 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MIA MBJ 1
180 124 Spirit Air Lines FLL KIN 1
180 137 Spirit Air Lines KIN FLL 1
189 136 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 1
314 258 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN 1
358 313 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ 1
358 344 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR 1
381 296 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 1
398 271 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 1
398 394 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 1
400 258 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN 1
462 375 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN MCO 1
462 261 Caribbean Airlines Limited MCO KIN 1
471 435 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL 1
512 396 American Airlines Inc. BOS MBJ 1
512 403 American Airlines Inc. MBJ BOS 1
600 479 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK 1
716 668 United Air Lines Inc. IAD MBJ 1
716 674 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAD 1
720 665 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ 1
720 682 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW 1
750 672 JetBlue Airways BOS MBJ 1
750 679 JetBlue Airways MBJ BOS 1
756 638 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ STL 1
756 690 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern STL MBJ 1
780 551 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN 1
796 551 National Air Cargo Group Inc d/ba National Airlines JFK KIN 1
960 611 American Airlines Inc. LAX MBJ 1
960 594 American Airlines Inc. MBJ LAX 1
975 782 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK 1
995 777 National Air Cargo Group Inc d/ba National Airlines KIN JFK 1
1056 401 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 1
1056 872 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 1
1117 810 Delta Air Lines Inc. BOS MBJ 1
1117 1037 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ BOS 1
1160 853 Spirit Air Lines FLL KIN 1
1160 1096 Spirit Air Lines KIN FLL 1
1257 1024 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ 1
1280 992 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 1
1280 1059 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 1
1440 1243 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK 1
1440 1379 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 1
1619 1216 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 1
1826 1511 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAH 1
1826 980 United Air Lines Inc. IAH MBJ 1
2214 1420 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK 1
2288 2235 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 1
2288 2062 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 1
2310 1998 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 1
2419 1931 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 1
2508 2318 Spirit Air Lines MBJ FLL 1
2508 1152 Spirit Air Lines FLL MBJ 1
2520 2088 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MSP MBJ 1
2600 2367 JetBlue Airways FLL KIN 1
2600 2464 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL 1
2681 2569 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 1
2682 1789 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 1
2688 2076 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ MSP 1
2706 1501 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN 1
2860 2454 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ HOU 1
2860 2161 Southwest Airlines Co. HOU MBJ 1
2976 2764 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL 1
3100 2663 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN 1
3289 2864 Southwest Airlines Co. MCO MBJ 1
3289 2909 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MCO 1
3600 2308 Spirit Air Lines MBJ FLL 1
3600 1654 Spirit Air Lines FLL MBJ 1
3675 3421 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 1
3675 3044 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 1
3679 3191 Delta Air Lines Inc. MSP MBJ 1
3680 3328 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ MSP 1
3680 2684 American Airlines Inc. MBJ DFW 1
3680 2060 American Airlines Inc. DFW MBJ 1
3900 2873 JetBlue Airways MCO MBJ 1
4004 3548 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MDW 1
4004 3234 Southwest Airlines Co. MDW MBJ 1
4050 3045 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 1
4050 3244 JetBlue Airways MBJ MCO 1
4050 3318 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 1
4160 3815 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK 1
4320 3623 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ 1
4320 2734 American Airlines Inc. ORD MBJ 1
4320 3416 American Airlines Inc. MBJ ORD 1
4500 4163 JetBlue Airways MBJ FLL 1
4650 3901 JetBlue Airways FLL MBJ 1
4774 3664 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ JFK 1
4774 2564 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK MBJ 1
4774 2578 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ FLL 1- 54%
4774 1657 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL MBJ 1- 34%
4928 3399 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK KIN 1
4928 4461 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN JFK 1
4928 2933 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL KIN 1
4928 3343 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN FLL 1
5100 4715 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK 1
5100 3825 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ 1
5104 3520 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ 1
5104 3981 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA 1
5550 4561 JetBlue Airways FLL KIN 1
5550 5032 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL 1
6086 5626 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ ORD 1
6086 4711 United Air Lines Inc. ORD MBJ 1
6142 5380 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ 1
6142 5936 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR 1
6900 6558 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK 1
7050 6102 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN 1
8228 7034 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL 1
8228 6363 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 1
8228 7347 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 1
8228 5462 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ 1
8866 6459 Southwest Airlines Co. FLL MBJ 1
8866 7418 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ FLL 1
9120 5997 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ 1
9280 7561 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA 1
11554 10578 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 1
11711 9651 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 1
16000 11196 American Airlines Inc. MIA KIN 1
16160 13819 American Airlines Inc. KIN MIA 1

****************************************

Feb 2018.

12 2 Jet Aviation Flight Services, Inc. TEB MBJ 2
100 44 JetBlue Airways MBJ MCO 2
100 80 JetBlue Airways MCO MBJ 2
150 60 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern AEX KIN 2
168 168 XTRA Airways MKE MBJ 2
168 168 XTRA Airways MBJ MKE 2
168 148 XTRA Airways MBJ RFD 2
168 142 XTRA Airways RFD MBJ 2
179 132 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ 2
179 151 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR 2
180 135 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ MSP 2
180 151 Delta Air Lines Inc. MSP MBJ 2
200 144 JetBlue Airways MBJ MCO 2
200 105 JetBlue Airways MCO MBJ 2
256 171 American Airlines Inc. BOS MBJ 2
256 172 American Airlines Inc. MBJ BOS 2
320 303 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ 2
320 297 American Airlines Inc. BOS MBJ 2
320 255 American Airlines Inc. MBJ BOS 2
320 286 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW 2
336 258 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ MSP 2
360 196 Spirit Air Lines FLL KIN 2
360 344 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 2
360 323 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 2
360 219 Spirit Air Lines KIN FLL 2
400 346 JetBlue Airways MBJ FLL 2
400 324 JetBlue Airways FLL MBJ 2
400 261 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ 2
400 303 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK 2
600 581 JetBlue Airways BOS MBJ 2
600 516 JetBlue Airways MBJ BOS 2
604 604 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern STL MBJ 2
628 175 American Airlines Inc. MBJ LAX 2
640 591 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ BOS 2
640 472 American Airlines Inc. LAX MBJ 2
640 583 Delta Air Lines Inc. BOS MBJ 2
654 654 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ STL 2
664 263 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAH 2
664 583 United Air Lines Inc. IAH MBJ 2
716 610 United Air Lines Inc. IAD MBJ 2
716 597 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAD 2
720 674 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW 2
720 657 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ 2
771 518 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MSP MBJ 2
771 478 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ MSP 2
870 591 Spirit Air Lines FLL KIN 2
870 698 Spirit Air Lines KIN FLL 2
900 733 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK 2
900 725 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ 2
1043 878 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 2
1043 943 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 2
1287 1230 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 2
1287 1154 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 2
1408 1048 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 2
1408 1129 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 2
1488 1285 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN 2
1612 1391 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL 2
1760 1618 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 2
1760 1634 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 2
1992 1892 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ ORD 2
1992 1739 United Air Lines Inc. ORD MBJ 2
2080 1855 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL 2
2240 1789 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN 2
2288 1831 Southwest Airlines Co. HOU MBJ 2
2288 1725 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ HOU 2
2530 2198 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 2
2530 2078 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 2
2800 2600 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL 2
2800 2557 JetBlue Airways FLL KIN 2
2860 2333 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MCO 2
2860 2457 Southwest Airlines Co. MCO MBJ 2
3000 1986 JetBlue Airways MBJ MCO 2
3000 2157 JetBlue Airways MCO MBJ 2
3040 2725 Delta Air Lines Inc. MSP MBJ 2
3040 2590 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ MSP 2
3192 2769 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MSP MBJ 2
3192 2427 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ MSP 2
3300 2553 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 2
3450 2660 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 2
3580 2900 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ ORD 2
3580 2881 United Air Lines Inc. ORD MBJ 2
3600 3201 JetBlue Airways MBJ FLL 2
3600 2958 JetBlue Airways FLL MBJ 2
3840 2242 American Airlines Inc. MBJ DFW 2
3840 2464 American Airlines Inc. DFW MBJ 2
3861 3254 Southwest Airlines Co. MDW MBJ 2
3861 3126 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MDW 2
3936 2375 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN 2
3936 2292 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK 2
4025 3574 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 2
4025 3493 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 2
4160 2787 American Airlines Inc. MBJ ORD 2
4160 2627 American Airlines Inc. ORD MBJ 2
4200 3589 JetBlue Airways FLL KIN 2
4200 3873 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL 2
4312 3163 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN JFK 2
4312 1886 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN FLL 2
4312 2864 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK KIN 2
4312 1024 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ FLL 2-23%
4312 1763 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL KIN 2-40%
4312 1016 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL MBJ 2
4312 2298 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK MBJ 2
4312 2495 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ JFK 2
4318 3619 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK 2
4319 3646 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ 2
4928 3463 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA 2
4928 3654 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ 2
5040 2335 Spirit Air Lines FLL MBJ 2
5040 2672 Spirit Air Lines MBJ FLL 2
5478 5028 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ 2
5478 4926 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR 2
5850 5164 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN 2
5850 5429 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK 2
6000 4648 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ 2
6000 4693 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK 2
7680 5216 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ 2
7680 5255 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA 2
7854 5579 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL 2
7854 5765 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ 2
8008 5465 Southwest Airlines Co. FLL MBJ 2
8008 5657 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ FLL 2
8415 7018 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 2
8602 6844 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 2
11190 9616 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 2
11198 9694 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 2
13440 9324 American Airlines Inc. KIN MIA 2
13440 9418 American Airlines Inc. MIA KIN 2
The sky is the limit, but never stop grasping until you get the glory cloud..
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Thu Aug 23, 2018 7:03 pm

hummingbird wrote:
Rmjhjr wrote:
Jeez! AA surely can always be seen smiling all the to the bank and back! As expected, the Big 3 have things locked. Southwest and B6 making sure they're never left in the dust as well. Thanks for the stats.


AA currently has the largest market share from Jamaica to US. I have a feeling we may see the B38Ms this winter to KIN.
Can't wait for Southwest to open FLL-KIN.


I just realized KIN never got a max.



hummingbird wrote:

Jan 2018- Take a look at BW's numbers to FLL compared to WN and B6.

132 82 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ 1
132 130 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW 1
149 122 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN 1
149 149 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL 1
150 142 JetBlue Airways KIN MCO 1
150 139 JetBlue Airways KIN PHL 1
160 156 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 1
168 154 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines FAR MBJ 1
168 110 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines FSD MBJ 1
175 141 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MDW 1
175 145 Southwest Airlines Co. MDW MBJ 1
179 73 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MIA KIN 1
179 15 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern KIN AEX 1
179 150 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ MKE 1
179 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MIA MBJ 1
180 124 Spirit Air Lines FLL KIN 1
180 137 Spirit Air Lines KIN FLL 1
189 136 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 1
314 258 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN 1
358 313 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ 1
358 344 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR 1
381 296 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 1
398 271 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 1
398 394 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 1
400 258 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN 1
462 375 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN MCO 1
462 261 Caribbean Airlines Limited MCO KIN 1
471 435 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL 1
512 396 American Airlines Inc. BOS MBJ 1
512 403 American Airlines Inc. MBJ BOS 1
600 479 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK 1
716 668 United Air Lines Inc. IAD MBJ 1
716 674 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAD 1
720 665 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ 1
720 682 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW 1
750 672 JetBlue Airways BOS MBJ 1
750 679 JetBlue Airways MBJ BOS 1
756 638 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ STL 1
756 690 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern STL MBJ 1
780 551 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN 1
796 551 National Air Cargo Group Inc d/ba National Airlines JFK KIN 1
960 611 American Airlines Inc. LAX MBJ 1
960 594 American Airlines Inc. MBJ LAX 1
975 782 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK 1
995 777 National Air Cargo Group Inc d/ba National Airlines KIN JFK 1
1056 401 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 1
1056 872 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 1
1117 810 Delta Air Lines Inc. BOS MBJ 1
1117 1037 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ BOS 1
1160 853 Spirit Air Lines FLL KIN 1
1160 1096 Spirit Air Lines KIN FLL 1
1257 1024 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ 1
1280 992 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 1
1280 1059 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 1
1440 1243 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK 1
1440 1379 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 1
1619 1216 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 1
1826 1511 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAH 1
1826 980 United Air Lines Inc. IAH MBJ 1
2214 1420 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK 1
2288 2235 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 1
2288 2062 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 1
2310 1998 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 1
2419 1931 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 1
2508 2318 Spirit Air Lines MBJ FLL 1
2508 1152 Spirit Air Lines FLL MBJ 1
2520 2088 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MSP MBJ 1
2600 2367 JetBlue Airways FLL KIN 1
2600 2464 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL 1
2681 2569 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 1
2682 1789 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 1
2688 2076 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ MSP 1
2706 1501 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN 1
2860 2454 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ HOU 1
2860 2161 Southwest Airlines Co. HOU MBJ 1
2976 2764 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL 1
3100 2663 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN 1
3289 2864 Southwest Airlines Co. MCO MBJ 1
3289 2909 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MCO 1
3600 2308 Spirit Air Lines MBJ FLL 1
3600 1654 Spirit Air Lines FLL MBJ 1
3675 3421 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 1
3675 3044 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 1
3679 3191 Delta Air Lines Inc. MSP MBJ 1
3680 3328 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ MSP 1
3680 2684 American Airlines Inc. MBJ DFW 1
3680 2060 American Airlines Inc. DFW MBJ 1
3900 2873 JetBlue Airways MCO MBJ 1
4004 3548 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MDW 1
4004 3234 Southwest Airlines Co. MDW MBJ 1
4050 3045 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 1
4050 3244 JetBlue Airways MBJ MCO 1
4050 3318 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 1
4160 3815 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK 1
4320 3623 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ 1
4320 2734 American Airlines Inc. ORD MBJ 1
4320 3416 American Airlines Inc. MBJ ORD 1
4500 4163 JetBlue Airways MBJ FLL 1
4650 3901 JetBlue Airways FLL MBJ 1
4774 3664 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ JFK 1
4774 2564 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK MBJ 1
4774 2578 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ FLL 1- 54%
4774 1657 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL MBJ 1- 34%
4928 3399 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK KIN 1
4928 4461 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN JFK 1
4928 2933 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL KIN 1
4928 3343 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN FLL 1
5100 4715 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK 1
5100 3825 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ 1
5104 3520 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ 1
5104 3981 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA 1
5550 4561 JetBlue Airways FLL KIN 1
5550 5032 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL 1
6086 5626 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ ORD 1
6086 4711 United Air Lines Inc. ORD MBJ 1
6142 5380 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ 1
6142 5936 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR 1
6900 6558 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK 1
7050 6102 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN 1
8228 7034 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL 1
8228 6363 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 1
8228 7347 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 1
8228 5462 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ 1
8866 6459 Southwest Airlines Co. FLL MBJ 1
8866 7418 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ FLL 1
9120 5997 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ 1
9280 7561 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA 1
11554 10578 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 1
11711 9651 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 1
16000 11196 American Airlines Inc. MIA KIN 1
16160 13819 American Airlines Inc. KIN MIA 1

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Feb 2018.

12 2 Jet Aviation Flight Services, Inc. TEB MBJ 2
100 44 JetBlue Airways MBJ MCO 2
100 80 JetBlue Airways MCO MBJ 2
150 60 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern AEX KIN 2
168 168 XTRA Airways MKE MBJ 2
168 168 XTRA Airways MBJ MKE 2
168 148 XTRA Airways MBJ RFD 2
168 142 XTRA Airways RFD MBJ 2
179 132 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ 2
179 151 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR 2
180 135 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ MSP 2
180 151 Delta Air Lines Inc. MSP MBJ 2
200 144 JetBlue Airways MBJ MCO 2
200 105 JetBlue Airways MCO MBJ 2
256 171 American Airlines Inc. BOS MBJ 2
256 172 American Airlines Inc. MBJ BOS 2
320 303 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ 2
320 297 American Airlines Inc. BOS MBJ 2
320 255 American Airlines Inc. MBJ BOS 2
320 286 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW 2
336 258 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ MSP 2
360 196 Spirit Air Lines FLL KIN 2
360 344 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 2
360 323 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 2
360 219 Spirit Air Lines KIN FLL 2
400 346 JetBlue Airways MBJ FLL 2
400 324 JetBlue Airways FLL MBJ 2
400 261 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ 2
400 303 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK 2
600 581 JetBlue Airways BOS MBJ 2
600 516 JetBlue Airways MBJ BOS 2
604 604 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern STL MBJ 2
628 175 American Airlines Inc. MBJ LAX 2
640 591 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ BOS 2
640 472 American Airlines Inc. LAX MBJ 2
640 583 Delta Air Lines Inc. BOS MBJ 2
654 654 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ STL 2
664 263 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAH 2
664 583 United Air Lines Inc. IAH MBJ 2
716 610 United Air Lines Inc. IAD MBJ 2
716 597 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAD 2
720 674 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW 2
720 657 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ 2
771 518 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MSP MBJ 2
771 478 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ MSP 2
870 591 Spirit Air Lines FLL KIN 2
870 698 Spirit Air Lines KIN FLL 2
900 733 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK 2
900 725 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ 2
1043 878 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 2
1043 943 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 2
1287 1230 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 2
1287 1154 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 2
1408 1048 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 2
1408 1129 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 2
1488 1285 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN 2
1612 1391 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL 2
1760 1618 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 2
1760 1634 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 2
1992 1892 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ ORD 2
1992 1739 United Air Lines Inc. ORD MBJ 2
2080 1855 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL 2
2240 1789 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN 2
2288 1831 Southwest Airlines Co. HOU MBJ 2
2288 1725 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ HOU 2
2530 2198 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 2
2530 2078 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 2
2800 2600 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL 2
2800 2557 JetBlue Airways FLL KIN 2
2860 2333 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MCO 2
2860 2457 Southwest Airlines Co. MCO MBJ 2
3000 1986 JetBlue Airways MBJ MCO 2
3000 2157 JetBlue Airways MCO MBJ 2
3040 2725 Delta Air Lines Inc. MSP MBJ 2
3040 2590 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ MSP 2
3192 2769 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MSP MBJ 2
3192 2427 Sun Country Airlines d/b/a MN Airlines MBJ MSP 2
3300 2553 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 2
3450 2660 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 2
3580 2900 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ ORD 2
3580 2881 United Air Lines Inc. ORD MBJ 2
3600 3201 JetBlue Airways MBJ FLL 2
3600 2958 JetBlue Airways FLL MBJ 2
3840 2242 American Airlines Inc. MBJ DFW 2
3840 2464 American Airlines Inc. DFW MBJ 2
3861 3254 Southwest Airlines Co. MDW MBJ 2
3861 3126 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MDW 2
3936 2375 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN 2
3936 2292 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK 2
4025 3574 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ 2
4025 3493 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI 2
4160 2787 American Airlines Inc. MBJ ORD 2
4160 2627 American Airlines Inc. ORD MBJ 2
4200 3589 JetBlue Airways FLL KIN 2
4200 3873 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL 2
4312 3163 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN JFK 2
4312 1886 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN FLL 2
4312 2864 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK KIN 2
4312 1024 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ FLL 2-23%
4312 1763 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL KIN 2-40%
4312 1016 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL MBJ 2
4312 2298 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK MBJ 2
4312 2495 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ JFK 2
4318 3619 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK 2
4319 3646 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ 2
4928 3463 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA 2
4928 3654 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ 2
5040 2335 Spirit Air Lines FLL MBJ 2
5040 2672 Spirit Air Lines MBJ FLL 2
5478 5028 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ 2
5478 4926 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR 2
5850 5164 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN 2
5850 5429 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK 2
6000 4648 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ 2
6000 4693 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK 2
7680 5216 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ 2
7680 5255 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA 2
7854 5579 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL 2
7854 5765 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ 2
8008 5465 Southwest Airlines Co. FLL MBJ 2
8008 5657 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ FLL 2
8415 7018 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT 2
8602 6844 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ 2
11190 9616 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ 2
11198 9694 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL 2
13440 9324 American Airlines Inc. KIN MIA 2
13440 9418 American Airlines Inc. MIA KIN 2


B6 & SWA easily going about and more than 1-1/2x the capacity of BW. That speaks volumes.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Tue Aug 28, 2018 12:11 pm

Caribbean Airlines has announced the launch of “Caribbean Cafe”, an in-flight snack and beverage catalogue featuring only locally made products from Trinidad & Tobago, Jamaica, as well as premium blends produced in Guyana.
From September 1, customers travelling on intra-Caribbean and international flights operated by the airline’s Boeing 737 fleet will have the option to purchase an array of sweet and savoury snacks, along with beverages ranging from non-alcoholic to premium alcoholic options.
“Caribbean Café” complements the airline’s free in-flight meals and offers customers a “taste of home” as some of the snack offerings feature delicacies such as tamarind balls, fudge, preserved mango and spice bun.


http://www.looptt.com/content/cal-launc ... -catalogue


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This past summer the majority of BOS-MBJ flights were scheduled with the A321s.

Flights to Punta Cana will operate using a Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with 16 First Class seats, 36 Delta Comfort+ seats, and 108 Main Cabin seats. Flights to Nassau will operate using a Delta Connection Embraer 175 aircraft, with 12 First Class seats, 20 Delta Comfort+ seats, and 44 Main Cabin seats. Flights to Turks and Caicos will operate using an Airbus A319 aircraft, with 12 First Class seats, 18 Delta Comfort+ seats, and 102 Main Cabin seats. Flights to Aruba will operate using a Boeing 737-900 aircraft, with 20 First Class, 21 Delta Comfort+ seats, and 136 Main Cabin seats. Flights to Montego Bay will operate using an Airbus A320 aircraft, with 16 First Class seats, 18 Delta Comfort+ seats, and 123 Main Cabin seats.


https://www.travelpulse.com/news/airlin ... inter.html

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Rmjhjr wrote:
B6 & SWA easily going about and more than 1-1/2x the capacity of BW. That speaks volumes.


I expect a shift in B6's market share to KIN with the recent announcement of additional baggage fees. If only OJ could get their act together.

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Transporting Govt officials for the Caricom summit.

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Age-42 and still flying.

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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Tue Aug 28, 2018 3:23 pm

hummingbird wrote:

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Those 5 American Airlines in 1 frame. No way this moment could have been missed!
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Wed Sep 05, 2018 4:26 am

Jamaica Tourist Board launches second phase of international ad campaign

Golden Globes-nominated English actor, producer and DJ Idris Elba’s directorial debut - Yardie - premiered in UK cinemas last week.
The film is set in 1970s Kingston and 1980s Hackney and tells the story of a young Jamaican man faced with many difficult choices and challenges.
Hot on the heels of the debut, the Jamaica Tourist Board has launched phase two of the #JoinMeInJamaica campaign, a series of eight 60-second inspirational videos featuring Jamaican personalities sharing their story about their passion for the Caribbean island.

Imani Wilmot features in the first video, describing what she loves about Jamaica’s surf scene and promises visitors a one-of-a-kind Jamaican experience.
In her own words: “We’re so proud of Jamaica that we want to share it with everybody.

The Jamaica Tourist Board is charged with a mission of marketing the tourism product so that Jamaica remains the premier Caribbean tourism destination.
To this end, they position Jamaica as the most complete, unique and diverse warm weather destination in the world, which offers the best vacation value available.

http://www.breakingtravelnews.com/news/ ... newsletter
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Thu Sep 06, 2018 3:10 am

Rmjhjr wrote:
Those 5 American Airlines in 1 frame. No way this moment could have been missed!


They recently closed LAX. I wonder what is their next agenda in terms of expanding their market share out of MBJ?



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Inter-Caribbean has opened reservation for it's nonstop SDQ-KIN services.


Flight times are as follow:

SDQ-KIN
Dep 2:225pm
Arr: 3:20pm

KIN-SDQ
Dep:9:50am
Arr: 12:45pm.

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In addition to the recently announced new RDU service, F9 will re-launch PHL-MBJ operating 2 weekly. Clearly targeting the package inclusive market.

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TUI's UK Winter MBJ services for W19.

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Southwest will operate 1 weekly St Louis-MBJ service eff Mar 2019.

Beginning Saturday, March 9, 2019, the carrier will add new and returning seasonal flights on Saturdays between:
St. Louis and Montego Bay, Jamaica*

https://markets.businessinsider.com/new ... 1027497496

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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Thu Sep 06, 2018 10:35 am

hummingbird wrote:

In addition to the recently announced new RDU service, F9 will re-launch PHL-MBJ operating 2 weekly. Clearly targeting the package inclusive market.

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The application says 5 years. I noticed no specific mention was given as to the period of the service, so am I to assume that they would be year-round? Or would it still be seasonal but for the same period over the 5 years?


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TUI's UK Winter MBJ services for W19.

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East Midlands is the only new route I can see from them. I guess it's gonna be another crazy winter for me. Night shift it shall be... Lol
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Fri Sep 07, 2018 10:21 pm

MBJ to expand departure lounge by over 25,000 sq feet.

https://www.google.com/amp/amp.jamaicao ... ileArticle
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Sat Sep 08, 2018 1:05 am

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MBJ to expand departure lounge by over 25,000 sq feet.

https://www.google.com/amp/amp.jamaicao ... ileArticle


Oh yes! Also, their Social Media presence has been on the increase because they're Facebook page has been way more active lately.
I guess it's all part of the new face of MBJ.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2018 (Pt. 2)

Sat Sep 08, 2018 2:48 pm

Rmjhjr wrote:
The application says 5 years. I noticed no specific mention was given as to the period of the service, so am I to assume that they would be year-round? Or would it still be seasonal but for the same period over the 5 years?


Knowing Frontier's track record, it will probably operate as seasonal for a period up to 5 years. However, they have the ability to add flights as the market grows.

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East Midlands is the only new route I can see from them. I guess it's gonna be another crazy winter for me. Night shift it shall be... Lol


Lol. They have done a great job expanding the services from BHX.
I was hoping to see a TUI Nordic appearance for W19 season.

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Russian service now conformed via Pegas Fly Airlines.

Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett said that commencing this October, several new flights will be making their landing at the Sangster International Airport, in Montego Bay, St James, directly out of Eastern Europe.
"We are expecting to have the commencement of a number of flights out of Eastern Europe, notable of which will be Pegas Fly, which will come straight out of Moscow into Montego Bay on October 24," Bartlett told The Gleaner yesterday.


http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/lead ... hts-Europe

The new service was also confirmed in Russian media via Norwind Airlines who is also a subsidiary of the Turkey-backed leisure operator Pegas Touristik Group.

In an unprecedented move, Russia’s Nordwind Airlines, which is part of the Turkish-backed Pegas Touristik group, has announced plans to electrify the coming IATA winter season with a radical expansion of its route network.
The carrier, which has recently been grabbing the attention of the market with its aggressive fleet expansion plans and its ambitions to change its status from that of leisure charter carrier for a legacy airline, has now unveiled its winter schedule, which includes more than 74 destinations, of which 40 are new.
Following its recent inaugural scheduled flight to the European Union, the airline is adding destinations to the Middle East (Aqaba and Amman in Jordan, Jeddah in Saudi Arabia), China (Guangzhou and Haikou), Mexico (Cancun) and Jamaica


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LATAM Airlines to start LIM-MBJ early next year.

"We are also expecting Latam Airlines to commence early next year, and that will be a huge connection for us out of Lima (Peru), which is a major gateway in South America. When we add that to the 11 flights a week that we now have with Copa, we will be the most connected destination out of South America in the western Caribbean."


http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/lead ... hts-Europe

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The Govt is also looking to increase the arrivals from Japan via Delta Airlines.

“Two decades ago, Jamaica received upwards of 20,000 Japanese visitors per annum but that has since declined to roughly 2,000 per annum, due in part to a long economic slowdown in Japan and other factors.
Outbound connections that Jamaica has with Delta, through Naruto is significant. Delta has a number of rotations through Atlanta and they fly directly into Tokyo. That connection will help to re-engage this market,” said the Minister.


https://sflcn.com/jamaica-tourism-offic ... -arrivals/

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Jamaica will be one of a few destinations that will see Inter-Caribbean's recently acquired ERJ145 jets.

InterCaribbean Airways has upgraded its fleet with six 50-seater jets worth "several million dollars", in a move that the airline's owner and chief executive officer Lyndon Gardiner described as a "game changer" for the local and regional aviation industry.

The sleek, leather-seated Embraer ERJ jets, two of which are already in the Turks and Caicos Islands, are currently being certified by the local Civil Aviation Department and will be in operation shortly. The other four jets will be here by the fall of next year.

“I think that the way it changes the game is, first of all, we now have the ability to go further and faster, so we’re looking to add some new city pairs with Turks and Caicos and we’re looking to add some city pairs with some of the other destinations that we operate to. Quite frankly because of the speed of the airplane, we also have the ability to pack more flights into the day and that is certainly a positive side of changing the game," Gardiner told The SUN in an exclusive interview.

The jets will shave about reduce the flying time to Nassau, The Bahamas and to Jamaica by approximately 30 minutes


http://suntci.com/six-new-jets-for-inte ... 82-129.htm

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