caribny
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Mar 16, 2019 4:26 pm

LI has evolved into a southern Caribbean carrier with a BGI focus. They have 16-17 flights daily into BGI vs. 10 into ANU. Their northern routes are mainly to connect those islands to ANU to feed into the southern islands.

The main reason that SKB needs LI is because they are the financial hub for the OECS and so need connectivity to the southern islands, especially BGI, SLU and POS. There is also a sizeable Guyanese population there.

EIS has Inter Caribbean, which has already indicated an interested in flying further south and indeed now goes as far down as SLU, so EIS will kiss LI good bye if it comes to that.

SLU does need LI in that a good portion of their tourism is out of BGI and POS, but this has suffered because of the high fares. Many of the smaller hotels in the Eastern Caribbean do depend more on regional travelers than they do on those from the non regional markets. But SLU isnt going to put $$ in if they dont have some input into what the fares are. They could set an example by scratching fares on travel to/from the rest of CARICOM.

Guyana is interesting. Whereas it doesnt need LI as BW can fill the gap, OGL needs LI. I think that airport is privately owned and I am sure benefits from LI's 3 daily flights, much as it does from the flights in from Suriname. Maybe they might contribute an MRG for LI.

GNDs contention has always been that LI needs to move towards an MRG system and cease being a welfare queen. They should isolate those flights and routes which aren't performing, and either discontinue them or demand an MRG if the island needs the route. GND has already said that they would be willing to pay LI to run a flight that doesnt perform if GND considers important. I maintain that LI hasn't done the analysis to identify which flights qualify.

I also think that a BW/LI code share out of POS might also be a good move. No point running two 40% full planes when one plane can work. SVD indicated that at least one of their POS flights are only 38%. Both LI and BW have a night service to GND. Are these flights so full that they cannot be combined with maybe LI being the operator? What is good is that BW now uses LI as backup when they have ATR problems, rather than leasing a non regional carrier.

LI has cut out or vastly reduced many of these routes, so I dont think that there are too many social ones left. I suspect that the problem is heavy seasonality because the fares are too high (due to the taxes). As an example I am seeing a POS SLU fare of $315 fare. LI itself is only charging $135, which is an excellent fare! Now imagine now many more people would use that flight if LI charged $180 (so gained some yield) but there was no tax!
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Mar 16, 2019 5:34 pm

LIAT and the USVi government are actually in talks to increase service on their 3x weekly ANU-STT service. They report that the route has been profitable since it was reintroduced last year.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Mar 16, 2019 11:37 pm

dominicl316 wrote:
LIAT and the USVi government are actually in talks to increase service on their 3x weekly ANU-STT service. They report that the route has been profitable since it was reintroduced last year.

Good. That’s a destination they used to serve twice daily at one point. Definitely one they should be able to serve at more than 3x weekly.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Mar 17, 2019 2:14 am

dominicl316 wrote:
LIAT and the USVi government are actually in talks to increase service on their 3x weekly ANU-STT service. They report that the route has been profitable since it was reintroduced last year.


Not sure why they dont fly some flights via SKB as after all Kittitians and Nevisians are the biggest Eastern Caribbean islanders in the USVI.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Mar 24, 2019 2:19 pm

[u][u]Caribbean Airlines has revealed plans to open a regional hub in KIN.[/u][/u]

Key points:

- Will introduce a new fleet of turbo props which will be based in KIN.
- Looking to start as soon as 3Q.
- Kingston could serve as the hub for Northern Caribbean destinations possibly including places like Cuba, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, the Cayman Islands and The Bahamas.
- As a hub, Kingston would allow not just more destinations for Jamaican passengers, but would be the central point for people from these new destinations to connect to other CAL flights, to airports in North America or the Caribbean.
As a part of expansion plans for Jamaica, Madera said that the airline would soon be introducing two new Caribbean destinations, though he would not say where.
Havana, Cuba, is a likely destination; however, apart from its proximity, Caribbean Airlines recently opened that route to Port of Spain, and the route has been doing well.
- The airline currently has a fleet of ATR 72-600s turbo-prop planes flying out of Trinidad, and will consider expanding that for the Jamaican hub, or possibly going for the Q-400s, which give a longer range, Madera said.
- But with the airline in expansion mode, even further routes could start to open up. The airline has plans to acquire wide-body jets, which would allow it to fly the London route from both Kingston and Port of Spain. But it will also explore opening up new routes to South America and even Africa.
-Madera said that 55 per cent of passengers on North American carriers out of Fort Lauderdale come from destinations further afield, meaning that Caribbean Airlines is competing for only 45 per cent of that market.

http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/sunday-f ... YDTcn4Zyxo
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IMO, long overdue.

MINISTER of Transport and Mining Robert Montague says he is working to have a domestic airline operating in Jamaica in short order.
“Having a domestic airline is one of my objectives because I believe that ordinary Jamaicans should have an option of taking… air transport, so I have it as one of my priorities,” he said.

Montague was speaking to JIS News at the final in a series of consultations for the crafting of a new National Transport Policy, held last Wednesday at the Knutsford Court Hotel in St Andrew.

He indicated that discussions are under way with three investment groups to start a domestic service.

“The market can take up to two, and possibly three. I am leading the effort to have a domestic carrier up and running,” he said.


http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/min ... ity_159719

-----------------------------------------------------

CUR-KIN is now being looked at by new entrant JetAir Caribbean.

The airline will focus on direct connections between Curaçao and the region, and specifically on the traditional routes that have also been served by previous airlines, and where there has always been high demand. The company does not want to release exact details yet, but they do want to reveal that routes such as Trinidad, Jamaica, Haiti and Medellin will be possible again
.

https://www.curacaochronicle.com/post/m ... k1MGEInZ80

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MBJShots via MBJSpotters.

1.Arriving from Stockholm. Seating capacity- 408Y. Service operates bi-weekly.

Image

2. A special charter with Air to Sea passengers. Later this year the A330s will operate the LGW-MBJ route.

Image

3. Double Air Transat A333s. Operating flights from YYZ and YUL.

Image

4. Frontier's A320N.

Image

5. Swoop arriving from YHM. I was informed there is a growing number of VFR traffic from the GTA area that will travel to Hamilton to take advantage of the cheaper fares.

Image

6. Jetblue's Bluerica livery.

Image

7. DL's A321 from DTW.

Image

8. Another Air to Sea chartered flight.

Image
The sky is the limit, but never stop grasping until you get the glory cloud..
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Mar 24, 2019 5:39 pm

- Will introduce a new fleet of turbo props which will be based in KIN.
- Looking to start as soon as 3Q.
- Kingston could serve as the hub for Northern Caribbean destinations possibly including places like Cuba, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, the Cayman Islands and The Bahamas.
- As a hub, Kingston would allow not just more destinations for Jamaican passengers, but would be the central point for people from these new destinations to connect to other CAL flights, to airports in North America or the Caribbean.


That will about the extent of it nothing more.

As a part of expansion plans for Jamaica, Madera said that the airline would soon be introducing two new Caribbean destinations, though he would not say where.
Havana, Cuba, is a likely destination; however, apart from its proximity, Caribbean Airlines recently opened that route to Port of Spain, and the route has been doing well.
- The airline currently has a fleet of ATR 72-600s turbo-prop planes flying out of Trinidad, and will consider expanding that for the Jamaican hub, or possibly going for the Q-400s, which give a longer range, Madera said.


Maybe current CAL flight will just stop in KIN enroute to HAV. Maybe a total of 4 ATRS should work. Q400 more expensive and is an entire new aircraft to the fleet means more costs etc.

- But with the airline in expansion mode, even further routes could start to open up. The airline has plans to acquire wide-body jets, which would allow it to fly the London route from both Kingston and Port of Spain. But it will also explore opening up new routes to South America and even Africa.


Hmm getting wide bodies great idea lets see how it works. Was suggested several years ago but was discounted here I wonder what changed. Routes to South America looks good but Africa is questionable.

-Madera said that 55 per cent of passengers on North American carriers out of Fort Lauderdale come from destinations further afield, meaning that Caribbean Airlines is competing for only 45 per cent of that market.


Let hope he does not try amd just fly route to say the flying routes. Reasons were discussed here before.

http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/sunday-f ... YDTcn4Zyxo

Also in the article Fly Jamaica was basically discounted as e-relevant whats going on with them are they going to be back in the air anytime soon. I dont know how they paying for the 767 in maintenance as well as lease payments and not generating any revenue over the last few months
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Mar 24, 2019 7:34 pm

hummingbird wrote:
Latest JCAA applications.

2. Copa Airlines
.
For the period listed flights will operate 6 weekly. No flight on Sunday.

I am always curious about the market segmentation on these CM flights into KIN.



Very impressive how CM's frequency into KIN has grown. I suspect the flight is still popular with many ICI's, church groups, school trips etc. Many of the ICI's are now heading all the way to China, but for those who are not able to venture so far, Panama will still be attractive to them I reckon.


hummingbird wrote:
I also remember it being an A320.
The PHX flight arrived around 5:30am and most guests would arrive at the hotels around 7am. No fun working at the Front Desk telling guests they have to wait another 7 hours before their room is available.


Passengers on JM's LAX-MBJ flights would also have encountered the same issue, as it too got in early in the morning. Ditto for when AA did that sector. But usually check in at hotels are in the 2pm to 3pm bells, so it should be expected that if the arrival time will be so early in the morning, they will have to be prepared to wait until their room is ready.


hummingbird wrote:
Add HAV to that list. LHR-HAV while short lived was operated on behalf of Kuoni Travel.


Yep. I totally forgot about that short lived sector.
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Mar 24, 2019 9:13 pm

hummingbird wrote:
[u][u]Caribbean Airlines has revealed plans to open a regional hub in KIN.[/u][/u]

Key points:

- Will introduce a new fleet of turbo props which will be based in KIN.
- Looking to start as soon as 3Q.
- Kingston could serve as the hub for Northern Caribbean destinations possibly including places like Cuba, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, the Cayman Islands and The Bahamas.
- As a hub, Kingston would allow not just more destinations for Jamaican passengers, but would be the central point for people from these new destinations to connect to other CAL flights, to airports in North America or the Caribbean.
As a part of expansion plans for Jamaica, Madera said that the airline would soon be introducing two new Caribbean destinations, though he would not say where.
Havana, Cuba, is a likely destination; however, apart from its proximity, Caribbean Airlines recently opened that route to Port of Spain, and the route has been doing well.
- The airline currently has a fleet of ATR 72-600s turbo-prop planes flying out of Trinidad, and will consider expanding that for the Jamaican hub, or possibly going for the Q-400s, which give a longer range, Madera said.
- But with the airline in expansion mode, even further routes could start to open up. The airline has plans to acquire wide-body jets, which would allow it to fly the London route from both Kingston and Port of Spain. But it will also explore opening up new routes to South America and even Africa.
-Madera said that 55 per cent of passengers on North American carriers out of Fort Lauderdale come from destinations further afield, meaning that Caribbean Airlines is competing for only 45 per cent of that market.

http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/sunday-f ... YDTcn4Zyxo
--------------------------------------------------------
IMO, long overdue.

MINISTER of Transport and Mining Robert Montague says he is working to have a domestic airline operating in Jamaica in short order.
“Having a domestic airline is one of my objectives because I believe that ordinary Jamaicans should have an option of taking… air transport, so I have it as one of my priorities,” he said.

Montague was speaking to JIS News at the final in a series of consultations for the crafting of a new National Transport Policy, held last Wednesday at the Knutsford Court Hotel in St Andrew.

He indicated that discussions are under way with three investment groups to start a domestic service.

“The market can take up to two, and possibly three. I am leading the effort to have a domestic carrier up and running,” he said.


http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/min ... ity_159719

-----------------------------------------------------

CUR-KIN is now being looked at by new entrant JetAir Caribbean.

The airline will focus on direct connections between Curaçao and the region, and specifically on the traditional routes that have also been served by previous airlines, and where there has always been high demand. The company does not want to release exact details yet, but they do want to reveal that routes such as Trinidad, Jamaica, Haiti and Medellin will be possible again
.

https://www.curacaochronicle.com/post/m ... k1MGEInZ80

---------------------------------------

MBJShots via MBJSpotters.

1.Arriving from Stockholm. Seating capacity- 408Y. Service operates bi-weekly.

Image

2. A special charter with Air to Sea passengers. Later this year the A330s will operate the LGW-MBJ route.

Image

3. Double Air Transat A333s. Operating flights from YYZ and YUL.

Image

4. Frontier's A320N.

Image

5. Swoop arriving from YHM. I was informed there is a growing number of VFR traffic from the GTA area that will travel to Hamilton to take advantage of the cheaper fares.

Image

6. Jetblue's Bluerica livery.

Image

7. DL's A321 from DTW.

Image

8. Another Air to Sea chartered flight.

Image



The Institute for Social Development has a story on this matter
https://www.facebook.com/instituteforsocialdevelopment/

The Government of Jamaica, which has a 16% ownership of Caribbean Airline, is set to leverage its investment in the airline with the creation of a hub at Norman Manley, using small bodied propeller planes, which will lead to a creation of a domestic airlines for domestic and northern Caribbean service.

Last year over 65,000 people visited Jamaica from the region for various reasons.

The investment amounts to 300 Million USD according to current industry practice. It is envisioned that over 200 new jobs will be created with the location of these aircraft and operation at Norman Manley.

Jamaicans can expect to see new jobs for aircraft maintenance personnels, pilots, flight attendants, technical, supervisory and managerial staff shortly from Caribbean Airlines. Similar to what existed when Air Jamaica was around
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sun Mar 24, 2019 11:02 pm

Widebodies from KIN are about status not about business sense. Actually, widebodies for little Caribbean carriers make no sense at all for reasons already posted on a.net forums.
 
caribny
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Mar 25, 2019 4:42 am

Wide bodies are not going to happen. T&T cannot afford the little tragic adventure that occurred when BW acquired 2 767s and tremendous losses on its LGW routes. If BW struggles on routes like KIN JFK and KIN FLL how can they sustain the KIN LGW. As is BA only does 3x weekly. It isnt a 2 carrier route. Its already been established that POS cannot sustain nonstop service to LGW.

People must quit with the prestige routes like LGW. As to South America I will have to see evidence that BW can compete on these routes against CM with its powerful PTY hub. Again another dream route. Where will they fly from, POS or KIN? Dont see the demand and BW isnt in the more leisure driven markets.

I will not even discuss Africa.

Madera might have his qualities but these ideas show that he isnt an aviation specialist. I also dont see how having 2 separate turbo prop fleets makes sense especially as there is talk about coordinating ATR maintenance and other forms of cooperation with LIAT.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Mar 25, 2019 1:09 pm

hummingbird wrote:
[u][u]Caribbean Airlines has revealed plans to open a regional hub in KIN.[/u][/u]

Key points:

- Will introduce a new fleet of turbo props which will be based in KIN.
- Looking to start as soon as 3Q.
- Kingston could serve as the hub for Northern Caribbean destinations possibly including places like Cuba, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, the Cayman Islands and The Bahamas.
- As a hub, Kingston would allow not just more destinations for Jamaican passengers, but would be the central point for people from these new destinations to connect to other CAL flights, to airports in North America or the Caribbean.
As a part of expansion plans for Jamaica, Madera said that the airline would soon be introducing two new Caribbean destinations, though he would not say where.
Havana, Cuba, is a likely destination; however, apart from its proximity, Caribbean Airlines recently opened that route to Port of Spain, and the route has been doing well.
- The airline currently has a fleet of ATR 72-600s turbo-prop planes flying out of Trinidad, and will consider expanding that for the Jamaican hub, or possibly going for the Q-400s, which give a longer range, Madera said.
- But with the airline in expansion mode, even further routes could start to open up. The airline has plans to acquire wide-body jets, which would allow it to fly the London route from both Kingston and Port of Spain. But it will also explore opening up new routes to South America and even Africa.
-Madera said that 55 per cent of passengers on North American carriers out of Fort Lauderdale come from destinations further afield, meaning that Caribbean Airlines is competing for only 45 per cent of that market.

http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/sunday-f ... YDTcn4Zyxo
--------------------------------------------------------
IMO, long overdue.

MINISTER of Transport and Mining Robert Montague says he is working to have a domestic airline operating in Jamaica in short order.
“Having a domestic airline is one of my objectives because I believe that ordinary Jamaicans should have an option of taking… air transport, so I have it as one of my priorities,” he said.

Montague was speaking to JIS News at the final in a series of consultations for the crafting of a new National Transport Policy, held last Wednesday at the Knutsford Court Hotel in St Andrew.

He indicated that discussions are under way with three investment groups to start a domestic service.

“The market can take up to two, and possibly three. I am leading the effort to have a domestic carrier up and running,” he said.


http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/min ... ity_159719

-----------------------------------------------------

CUR-KIN is now being looked at by new entrant JetAir Caribbean.

The airline will focus on direct connections between Curaçao and the region, and specifically on the traditional routes that have also been served by previous airlines, and where there has always been high demand. The company does not want to release exact details yet, but they do want to reveal that routes such as Trinidad, Jamaica, Haiti and Medellin will be possible again
.

https://www.curacaochronicle.com/post/m ... k1MGEInZ80

---------------------------------------

MBJShots via MBJSpotters.

1.Arriving from Stockholm. Seating capacity- 408Y. Service operates bi-weekly.

Image

2. A special charter with Air to Sea passengers. Later this year the A330s will operate the LGW-MBJ route.

Image

3. Double Air Transat A333s. Operating flights from YYZ and YUL.

Image

4. Frontier's A320N.

Image

5. Swoop arriving from YHM. I was informed there is a growing number of VFR traffic from the GTA area that will travel to Hamilton to take advantage of the cheaper fares.

Image

6. Jetblue's Bluerica livery.

Image

7. DL's A321 from DTW.

Image

8. Another Air to Sea chartered flight.

Image

KIN as a Western Caribbean hub seems like a surefire way to lose money to me. Demand between the islands in the W. Caribbean for the most part is relatively low and for the routes where notable demand does exist, there's already service. The W. Caribbean destinations also don't need KIN to connect to FLL, JFK and YYZ. All the major destinations are already well connected nonstop and through various connecting options. Why fly through KIN unless they undercut severely on pricing (which is a surefire way to lose money)? The widebodies IMO would be the definition of insanity. Trying the same thing again and expecting a different result. Africa is a ridiculous pipe dream. South America without some form of partnership with an airline based there is another pipe dream.

BW has been retreating in Jamaica, not getting stronger. If they can't hold their own in the large North American markets, there's no way they are going to make the UK, Africa or South America work.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Mar 26, 2019 5:29 am

Brickell305 wrote:
hummingbird wrote:
[u][u]Caribbean Airlines has revealed plans to open a regional hub in KIN.[/u][/u]

Key points:

- Will introduce a new fleet of turbo props which will be based in KIN.
- Looking to start as soon as 3Q.
- Kingston could serve as the hub for Northern Caribbean destinations possibly including places like Cuba, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, the Cayman Islands and The Bahamas.
- As a hub, Kingston would allow not just more destinations for Jamaican passengers, but would be the central point for people from these new destinations to connect to other CAL flights, to airports in North America or the Caribbean.
As a part of expansion plans for Jamaica, Madera said that the airline would soon be introducing two new Caribbean destinations, though he would not say where.
Havana, Cuba, is a likely destination; however, apart from its proximity, Caribbean Airlines recently opened that route to Port of Spain, and the route has been doing well.
- The airline currently has a fleet of ATR 72-600s turbo-prop planes flying out of Trinidad, and will consider expanding that for the Jamaican hub, or possibly going for the Q-400s, which give a longer range, Madera said.
- But with the airline in expansion mode, even further routes could start to open up. The airline has plans to acquire wide-body jets, which would allow it to fly the London route from both Kingston and Port of Spain. But it will also explore opening up new routes to South America and even Africa.
-Madera said that 55 per cent of passengers on North American carriers out of Fort Lauderdale come from destinations further afield, meaning that Caribbean Airlines is competing for only 45 per cent of that market.

http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/sunday-f ... YDTcn4Zyxo
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“The market can take up to two, and possibly three. I am leading the effort to have a domestic carrier up and running,” he said.


http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/min ... ity_159719

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BW has been retreating in Jamaica, not getting stronger. If they can't hold their own in the large North American markets, there's no way they are going to make the UK, Africa or South America work.



Yes I am somewhat confused by this chat of basing a fleet of turbos in KIN. Is Jamaica funding this or must beleaguered T&T tax payers be stuck with the bill on what is the largest source of BWs losses, its Jamaica operations.

KIN PAP will be a few days weekly. KIN HAV again a few times weekly. HAV POS will have to remain nonstop as much of this business is connecting thru to GEO and there is stiff competition on that route with CM and AG being other carriers. Does KX merit competition or is it better that BW attempts to coordinate with KX to facilitate better connections to POS/GEO/BGI.

I am even surprised that they plan an expansion in KIN in the first place when not long ago there was talk of shutting down their MBJ operation which are now down to a daily flight from JFK. BW has extremely low utilization with their Jamaica based 738 equipment. B6 is also in all of these markets so if BW is trying to feed their North American routes thru KIN they are wasting time and $$.

I think that people get into the trap of thinking that they must expand, but BW's priority now has to be a self sustaining airline because T&T can no longer afford the luxury of a loss maker. The only critical route that they fly is KIN to POS. All others can easily be serviced by other carriers if BW shuts down.

BW already has to replace its ageing 738 fleet and this is now an urgent priority as their inflight product is now no longer competitive. The MAX 8 issue has created a potential problem unless the issue is rectified and the PR nightmare resolved. I just dont see this refreshing of its jet fleet and adding to its turbos being possible unless Jamaica is footing the bill for the KIN hub..
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Mar 26, 2019 5:38 am

BW also has low utilization of its 738 fleet in Jamaica, now with just 3 flights daily to the USA and 2x weekly to YYZ. They can use an aircraft to maybe do a KIN SDQ POS route 2x weekly. This in addition to its daily E/Caribbean service. They can also use its jets to run KIN HAV maybe 2x.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Mar 26, 2019 10:16 pm

MAY 2018 DOT STATS

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126 120 United Air Lines Inc. IAH MBJ
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4433 4148 Southwest Airlines Co. HOU MBJ
4433 4098 Southwest Airlines Co. MCO MBJ
4480 4071 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK
4500 3631 JetBlue Airways MCO MBJ
4500 3791 JetBlue Airways MBJ MCO
4500 3831 JetBlue Airways MBJ FLL
4640 4064 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ
4648 4522 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR
4650 4004 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT
4650 3847 JetBlue Airways FLL MBJ
4650 4015 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ
4774 2799 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN JFK
4774 3059 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN FLL
4774 1897 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK KIN
4774 2454 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ FLL
4774 1985 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL KIN
4774 2387 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL MBJ
4774 2803 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK MBJ
4774 3114 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ JFK
4800 3884 American Airlines Inc. DFW MBJ
4800 3933 American Airlines Inc. MBJ DFW
4814 4476 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ
4885 3783 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN
4885 4575 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL
5220 4035 Spirit Air Lines FLL MBJ
5220 4662 Spirit Air Lines MBJ FLL
5353 4775 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ
5356 4948 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL
5850 4786 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ
6000 5449 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK
6650 6255 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI
6825 5986 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ
7293 6328 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL
7293 5150 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ
8723 7574 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ FLL
8866 7197 Southwest Airlines Co. FLL MBJ
9150 7395 JetBlue Airways FLL KIN
9150 8462 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL
9380 8766 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL
9386 8645 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ
11781 10544 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ
11781 10718 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT
12000 8398 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN
12000 11285 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK
14080 10164 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA
14080 10591 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ
14720 11746 American Airlines Inc. KIN MIA
14720 10433 American Airlines Inc. MIA KIN


JUNE 2018

143 139 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ PBI
149 140 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ CVG
149 109 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ BNA
149 120 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern BNA MBJ
149 145 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern CVG MBJ
149 131 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern CLE MBJ
149 144 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ ATL
150 131 JetBlue Airways MBJ RSW
157 146 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ BOS
157 151 Delta Air Lines Inc. BOS MBJ
157 143 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN CAE
160 131 Delta Air Lines Inc. BOS MBJ
160 154 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ BOS
166 154 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ ORD
166 149 United Air Lines Inc. ORD MBJ
175 137 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ HOU
175 151 Southwest Airlines Co. MDW MBJ
175 167 Southwest Airlines Co. HOU MBJ
175 123 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ CLT
175 148 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MDW
179 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ STL
179 142 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ CVG
179 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MIA MBJ
179 136 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern ATL MBJ
179 132 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern CLE MBJ
179 135 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ CLE
180 162 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ MIA
180 147 Spirit Air Lines KIN FLL
180 167 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ
180 178 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW
180 127 Spirit Air Lines FLL KIN
199 189 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ HSV
200 174 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ
200 143 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK
235 0 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC MBJ MIA
250 148 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC MBJ CVG
250 134 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC CLE MBJ
250 102 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC MBJ CLE
280 0 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC MBJ STL
280 132 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC STL MBJ
332 328 United Air Lines Inc. IAH MBJ
332 306 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAH
358 295 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ ATL
358 241 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern BNA MBJ
358 288 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern CVG MBJ
358 279 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ BNA
360 308 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ
360 319 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK
384 308 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL
453 263 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC MBJ CLE
470 289 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC ATL MBJ
512 357 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ
573 514 Delta Air Lines Inc. BOS MBJ
573 459 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ BOS
600 423 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL
600 459 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ
628 475 American Airlines Inc. MBJ LAX
631 591 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW
631 574 American Airlines Inc. LAX MBJ
631 582 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ
654 293 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC MBJ STL
660 628 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ
716 696 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ ORD
716 678 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ
716 695 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR
716 613 United Air Lines Inc. ORD MBJ
750 695 JetBlue Airways BOS MBJ
750 705 JetBlue Airways MBJ BOS
770 701 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL
800 667 American Airlines Inc. MBJ ORD
800 743 American Airlines Inc. ORD MBJ
872 279 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC STL MBJ
875 797 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ
875 715 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI
895 842 United Air Lines Inc. IAD MBJ
895 861 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAD
945 782 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern STL MBJ
945 688 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ STL
1188 965 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK
1256 1158 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL
1287 1100 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MDW
1287 1202 Southwest Airlines Co. MDW MBJ
1338 1297 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ
1338 1239 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL
1413 1329 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ
1584 1114 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN
1600 1364 JetBlue Airways FLL KIN
1600 1251 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL
2002 1849 Southwest Airlines Co. HOU MBJ
2002 1664 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ HOU
2085 1970 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ
2086 1967 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL
2550 2122 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN
2550 2172 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK
3000 2559 JetBlue Airways FLL MBJ
3000 2640 JetBlue Airways MBJ FLL
3325 2745 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MDW
3325 2873 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ HOU
3325 3170 Southwest Airlines Co. HOU MBJ
3325 3072 Southwest Airlines Co. MDW MBJ
3444 1963 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN
3936 3252 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK
3968 3497 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ
3968 3323 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT
4178 3872 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL
4205 3234 Spirit Air Lines KIN FLL.
4205 3155 Spirit Air Lines FLL KIN
4290 4062 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MCO
4290 4062 Southwest Airlines Co. MCO MBJ
4350 3996 Spirit Air Lines BWI MBJ
4350 3891 JetBlue Airways MBJ FLL
4350 3505 Spirit Air Lines MBJ BWI
4377 4069 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ
4500 4045 JetBlue Airways FLL MBJ
4500 3904 JetBlue Airways MCO MBJ
4500 3874 JetBlue Airways MBJ MCO
4564 4111 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL
4620 2442 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN JFK
4620 2312 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN FLL
4620 2555 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK KIN
4620 3277 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ FLL
4620 2695 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL KIN
4620 3830 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL MBJ
4620 3190 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK MBJ
4620 2949 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ JFK
4640 4220 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ
4640 4235 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK
4648 4389 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ
4648 4377 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR
4719 4066 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN
4800 4066 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT
4950 4286 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ
5191 4946 United Air Lines Inc. IAH MBJ
5191 4785 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAH
5400 4934 Spirit Air Lines FLL MBJ
5400 5058 Spirit Air Lines MBJ FLL
5920 5475 American Airlines Inc. DFW MBJ
5920 5421 American Airlines Inc. MBJ DFW
7500 6620 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ
7500 6552 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK
7560 7078 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL
7740 7317 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ
8437 7688 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ FLL
8580 7897 Southwest Airlines Co. FLL MBJ
9150 7726 JetBlue Airways FLL KIN
9150 7387 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL
9450 8268 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI
9625 8918 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ
10472 8196 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL
10472 9046 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ
11220 9941 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ
11220 10129 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT
11800 8701 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN
11800 10208 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK
13760 11894 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA
13760 12672 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ
14400 11722 American Airlines Inc. KIN MIA
14400 11876 American Airlines Inc. MIA KIN


JULY 2018

126 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ CSG
126 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern BNA MBJ
126 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ CLE
126 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ MIA
128 57 American Airlines Inc. KIN MIA
128 36 American Airlines Inc. MIA KIN
143 98 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ
143 122 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI
150 123 JetBlue Airways KIN MIA
150 148 JetBlue Airways MBJ TPA
150 150 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL
150 150 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ
150 145 JetBlue Airways MBJ ACY
157 154 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ BOS
157 132 Delta Air Lines Inc. BOS MBJ
157 144 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ
157 151 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK
160 158 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL
160 151 American Airlines Inc. MBJ RSW
160 151 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ
166 165 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ BWI
175 168 Southwest Airlines Co. HOU MBJ
175 171 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ HOU
179 15 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern KIN AEX
179 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ PIT
179 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern DFW MBJ
179 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ ATL
179 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ DFW
179 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern PIT MBJ
179 72 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern AEX KIN
179 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern CVG MBJ
179 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MIA MBJ
179 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ CVG
180 159 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ
180 168 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW
187 181 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA
200 195 JetBlue Airways KIN ACY
252 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ PIT
252 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ BNA
252 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ DFW
280 148 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC MBJ STL
280 156 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC STL MBJ
290 289 Spirit Air Lines MBJ PHL
350 316 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MDW
350 308 Southwest Airlines Co. MDW MBJ
374 374 American Airlines Inc. MBJ RDU
378 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ ATL
378 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern DFW MBJ
378 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern PIT MBJ
378 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ CVG
400 388 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL
436 272 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC MBJ STL
436 289 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC STL MBJ
504 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern ATL MBJ
504 0 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern CVG MBJ
512 281 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ
567 516 Delta Air Lines Inc. BOS MBJ
567 558 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ BOS
572 568 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MDW
572 528 Southwest Airlines Co. MDW MBJ
600 558 JetBlue Airways BOS MBJ
600 576 JetBlue Airways MBJ BOS
628 548 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ
628 567 American Airlines Inc. LAX MBJ
628 531 American Airlines Inc. MBJ LAX
628 576 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW
639 575 Delta Air Lines Inc. DTW MBJ
639 586 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ DTW
640 514 American Airlines Inc. ORD MBJ
640 541 American Airlines Inc. MBJ ORD
640 594 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL
716 696 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAD
716 600 United Air Lines Inc. ORD MBJ
716 653 United Air Lines Inc. IAD MBJ
716 694 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ ORD
875 775 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ
875 809 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI
895 713 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern STL MBJ
895 705 Swift Air, LLC d/b/a Eastern Air Lines d/b/a Eastern MBJ STL
944 850 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ
960 854 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ
960 895 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL
990 561 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK
1074 1013 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ
1074 1003 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR
1102 1022 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL
1287 1119 Southwest Airlines Co. HOU MBJ
1287 1225 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ HOU
1350 1157 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN MCO
1350 609 Caribbean Airlines Limited MCO KIN
1440 1346 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK
1440 1308 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ
1584 1358 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN
2900 2731 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL
2900 2388 JetBlue Airways FLL KIN
3100 2316 JetBlue Airways FLL MBJ
3100 2986 JetBlue Airways MBJ FLL
3444 2714 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited JFK KIN
3968 3534 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ
3968 3771 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT
4182 3980 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited KIN JFK
4205 4121 Spirit Air Lines MBJ BWI
4318 3960 Delta Air Lines Inc. JFK MBJ
4320 4001 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ JFK
4375 3968 Southwest Airlines Co. MDW MBJ
4375 4178 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MDW
4495 4234 Spirit Air Lines BWI MBJ
4495 4370 Spirit Air Lines KIN FLL
4495 3276 Spirit Air Lines FLL KIN
4500 4366 JetBlue Airways MBJ MCO
4550 4250 Southwest Airlines Co. HOU MBJ
4550 4388 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ HOU
4576 4315 Southwest Airlines Co. MCO MBJ
4576 4466 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ MCO
4650 4566 JetBlue Airways MBJ FLL
4650 2933 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK MBJ
4650 4176 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN FLL
4650 4598 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ FLL
4650 4141 JetBlue Airways FLL MBJ
4650 2426 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL KIN
4650 4071 JetBlue Airways MCO MBJ
4650 4112 Caribbean Airlines Limited FLL MBJ
4650 3507 Caribbean Airlines Limited MBJ JFK
4800 4595 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK
4800 4304 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN
4950 4324 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ
4950 4782 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT
5341 4583 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL KIN
5344 5087 Delta Air Lines Inc. KIN ATL
5580 4825 Spirit Air Lines FLL MBJ
5580 5553 Spirit Air Lines MBJ FLL
5850 3509 Caribbean Airlines Limited JFK KIN
5850 4191 Caribbean Airlines Limited KIN JFK
5964 5474 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ
5970 5648 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL
6265 6011 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ IAH
6265 5762 United Air Lines Inc. IAH MBJ
6400 5944 American Airlines Inc. DFW MBJ
6400 5986 American Airlines Inc. MBJ DFW
8866 7965 Southwest Airlines Co. FLL MBJ
8866 8706 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ FLL
9130 8917 United Air Lines Inc. MBJ EWR
9150 8647 JetBlue Airways MBJ JFK
9296 8904 United Air Lines Inc. EWR MBJ
9300 8378 JetBlue Airways JFK MBJ
9450 8986 JetBlue Airways KIN FLL
9600 7405 JetBlue Airways FLL KIN
10675 9651 Southwest Airlines Co. BWI MBJ
10675 10344 Southwest Airlines Co. MBJ BWI
10980 10096 Delta Air Lines Inc. ATL MBJ
10980 10375 Delta Air Lines Inc. MBJ ATL
11220 10208 American Airlines Inc. MBJ PHL
11220 10909 American Airlines Inc. MBJ CLT
11407 9640 American Airlines Inc. PHL MBJ
11594 10599 American Airlines Inc. CLT MBJ
11600 10976 JetBlue Airways KIN JFK
12200 10551 JetBlue Airways JFK KIN
14080 13578 American Airlines Inc. MBJ MIA
14080 12506 American Airlines Inc. MIA MBJ
18720 17278 American Airlines Inc. KIN MIA
19040 15225 American Airlines Inc. MIA KIN
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Mar 26, 2019 10:36 pm

beeweel15 wrote:
Also in the article Fly Jamaica was basically discounted as e-relevant whats going on with them are they going to be back in the air anytime soon. I dont know how they paying for the 767 in maintenance as well as lease payments and not generating any revenue over the last few months


Pretty much the writing is on the wall.
- The B767 has been in Mexico since Oct.
- Reservations centre has been closed and the majority of their staff have been laid off.

beeweel15 wrote:
Hmm getting wide bodies great idea lets see how it works. Was suggested several years ago but was discounted here I wonder what changed. Routes to South America looks good but Africa is questionable.


beeweel15 wrote:
Maybe current CAL flight will just stop in KIN enroute to HAV


HAV will be served nonstop with the props. The props will not only serve KIN but also MBJ. The Jamaican Govt has been pushing a multi destination concept and BW will be in a better position to serve these markets. Expect to see flights from KIN to HAV, NAS and SDQ.

caribny wrote:
Is Jamaica funding this or must beleaguered T&T tax payers be stuck with the bill on what is the largest source of BWs losses, its Jamaica operations.


Funded by T&T, it is being reviewed.

caribny wrote:
KIN PAP will be a few days weekly. KIN HAV again a few times weekly. HAV POS will have to remain nonstop as much of this business is connecting thru to GEO and there is stiff competition on that route with CM and AG being other carriers. Does KX merit competition or is it better that BW attempts to coordinate with KX to facilitate better connections to POS/GEO/BGI.


KX has had monopoly on the Jamaica- Cayman route since JM's demise. The route needs competition and BW can offer connections to it's network via KIN.

caribny wrote:
BW also has low utilization of its 738 fleet in Jamaica, now with just 3 flights daily to the USA and 2x weekly to YYZ. They can use an aircraft to maybe do a KIN SDQ POS route 2x weekly. This in addition to its daily E/Caribbean service. They can also use its jets to run KIN HAV maybe 2x.


The regional routes from KIN will be serviced by props.
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Mar 27, 2019 4:56 am

If Jamaica expects T&T to pay for planes that aren't going to fly anywhere near that island it will be an interesting conversation. Unless these routes are guaranteed to be profitable I wouldn't hold out too much hope when TAB continues to clamor for better service. Especially when the stats provided in a previous post shows BWs load factors on its KIN base aren't good except during the peak periods.

Why doesnt Jamaica pay for it? Also what connections? Enough to justify the cost of new turbo planes when BW is already committed to replacing its ageing 738 fleet? T&T has its problems after several years of severe economic stress. The gov't will really have to justify supporting the economy of another nation that hasn't put any $$ into BW.

This is better for Inter Carib. Looking for expansion and with smaller planes more suited to these routes. BW is just reaching the point where it is breaking even. Will they squander that with high risk routes that dont benefit T&T?
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri Mar 29, 2019 7:12 pm

Fly Jamaica aims to restart operations
March 29, 2019

Months after a Fly Jamaica plane crash landed at Guyana’s leading international airport, the airline has finally begun refunding affected customers.

The company is also preparing to restart operations shortly.

In a press statement, the airline said “all requests for refunds are being honoured, however, it is a process that has to be checked by our reservations and accounts staff.”

Fly Jamaica said some passengers would “obviously like to see the process move faster, but we have to be constrained by our cash and credit card business safeguards”.

Since the plane crash in November 2018, the airline stopped its operations.

But the company says it hopes to restart flight operations in a “couple of months”.

In November 2018, a Fly Jamaica aircraft, destined for Toronto, Canada, crash-landed at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (CJIA) at Timehri, East Bank Demerara.

Passengers who were on-board that flight were victims of theft, after their belongings were allegedly stolen by local law enforcement officers who responded to the accident.

Apart from them passengers who had already booked their flights with the airline were forced to book new flights with different airlines, since Fly Jamaica had to cancel numerous flights.

https://www.inewsguyana.com/fly-jamaica ... perations/
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Mar 30, 2019 12:51 am

I got this today. Is this accurate.
[imgImage[/img]
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Mar 30, 2019 1:33 am

It looks genuine. A small airline cannot survive a crash which costs it 50% of its fleet. I'm surprised that it took Reece so long to write that letter.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Mar 30, 2019 5:25 am

Well FJM is over. Ran out of cash and they clearly owe on their 767 maintenance because that plane never returned to operation. They have completely lost any credibility with the market. It was a valiant effort but privately owned airlines in the Caribbean aren't viable, except for the smallest ones like Inter Caribbean. Others have entered the KIN and GEO markets, so passengers clearly have many choices.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Apr 01, 2019 11:27 am

FJM was doomed from day 1 and never came even close to a JM. That said, for those of us old enough to remember, 50 years ago today, April 1 1969, was the first day that the Lovebirds as they were later to be known took flight. The DC-8-61 with the stand-up bar where lobster was served in first class. The 2 DC-9-30s where even on a run as short as MIA-MBJ a proper hot meal was served. The rum bamboozles and those rare tropical birds who would strut up and down the aisles with their in-flight fashion show. Our national icon never to be forgotten!
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Apr 01, 2019 3:59 pm

beeweel15 wrote:
I got this today. Is this accurate.
[imgImage[/img]

Just added confirmation that this is in fact real.

http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/lead ... -all-staff

Fly Jamaica lays off all staff
Saturday | March 30, 2019

Employees of Fly Jamaica Airways have been made redundant, effective March 31, 2019.

In a letter to members of staff yesterday, the airline’s chairman and CEO Paul Ronald Reece said that the company “regrets to inform you (staff) that due to our lack of aircraft and the impact that it had on the company’s financial position, we have no alternative but to make all our employees redundant ... ”.

On November 9, 2018, Fly Jamaica’s Boeing 757-200 aircraft overshot the runway at Guyana’s main international airport, injuring several people.

It was reported that the plane, which was on its way to Toronto, reported a hydraulic failure emergency shortly after taking off from the Cheddi Jagan International Airport and returned after less than 20 minutes.

Reece, in his letter to staff, said: “It is with regret, sadness, and remorse that we have arrived at this juncture. We were hoping for funding, but that has been slow in coming, therefore, for the time being, no other resources or options exist.”

Fly Jamaica’s CEO said that the company, which has been in operation for six years, was committed to paying workers sums owed from November 2018. However, it is asking for more time to settle its obligations.

“If the company’s circumstances change in the future and you are still interested in employment with the company, you will be invited to apply for a position within the company,” Reece said.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Apr 01, 2019 5:17 pm

As I have frequently stated to all of those who think that private ownership is a panacea to the issues faced by Caribbean it doesnt work, except for very small carriers. Some level of state support is needed. All we can demand is that the airlines are managed professionally with minimal interference by politicians.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon Apr 08, 2019 3:13 pm

Brickell305 wrote:
beeweel15 wrote:
I got this today. Is this accurate.
[imgImage[/img]

Just added confirmation that this is in fact real.

http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/lead ... -all-staff

Fly Jamaica lays off all staff
Saturday | March 30, 2019

Employees of Fly Jamaica Airways have been made redundant, effective March 31, 2019.

In a letter to members of staff yesterday, the airline’s chairman and CEO Paul Ronald Reece said that the company “regrets to inform you (staff) that due to our lack of aircraft and the impact that it had on the company’s financial position, we have no alternative but to make all our employees redundant ... ”.

On November 9, 2018, Fly Jamaica’s Boeing 757-200 aircraft overshot the runway at Guyana’s main international airport, injuring several people.

It was reported that the plane, which was on its way to Toronto, reported a hydraulic failure emergency shortly after taking off from the Cheddi Jagan International Airport and returned after less than 20 minutes.

Reece, in his letter to staff, said: “It is with regret, sadness, and remorse that we have arrived at this juncture. We were hoping for funding, but that has been slow in coming, therefore, for the time being, no other resources or options exist.”

Fly Jamaica’s CEO said that the company, which has been in operation for six years, was committed to paying workers sums owed from November 2018. However, it is asking for more time to settle its obligations.

“If the company’s circumstances change in the future and you are still interested in employment with the company, you will be invited to apply for a position within the company,” Reece said.



Canadian travel investment house HarryWatch has invested in Guyana with the launch of a destination management company called YES (Your Event Solutions ) Guyana.

Guyana is getting a new travel company - http://www.facebook.com/YESGuyanaFromHarryWatch/ . HarryWatch is a division of nexioncanada.com and http://www.tzell.com
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 09, 2019 6:03 pm

I found these vintage videos featuring cockpit filming on LTU's L1011.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wT_bi49XH9Q

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptq7DNRMANo


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Caribbean Airlines recently announced new nonstop from BGI-KIN. However according to their CEO, arrivals from Jamaica to Barbados has increases 2.2% and this new service is expected to grow the market.
“We're looking forward to the additional 300 seats that this new Caribbean Airlines service from Jamaica will bring. In 2018, we had over 9000 arrivals from Jamaica – up 2.2 percent over 2017. This demonstrates this market's potential for growth, and with a strong marketing programme and Barbados’ well-packed annual calendar of events, we have high hopes for significant business from the island” stated William “Billy” Griffith, CEO of Barbados Tourism Marketing.
This service begins on April 15 subject to Government approval and will operate every Monday and Friday departing Kingston at 2.50 pm arriving in Barbados at 6.25 pm.
The flight will then depart non-stop to Kingston at 7.25 pm where it will arrive at 9.15 pm.



http://www.looptt.com/content/caribbean ... ados-route
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WN's additional summer services to MBJ.

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OAG changes.

I assume this is related to the grounding of their Max8s.

AA KIN-MIA MAY 3>2[3]

Lv MIA 12:08p arr 12:55pm
Lv MIA 8:00p arr 8:50pm
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Brickell305 wrote:
Employees of Fly Jamaica Airways have been made redundant, effective March 31, 2019.In a letter to members of staff yesterday, the airline’s chairman and CEO Paul Ronald Reece said that the company “regrets to inform you (staff) that due to our lack of aircraft and the impact that it had on the company’s financial position, we have no alternative but to make all our employees redundant ... ”.


Their AOC was suspended.

caribny wrote:
Ran out of cash and they clearly owe on their 767 maintenance because that plane never returned to operation.

There is more to the story. The big question is will their airframe end up in the graveyard or will it become a freighter?
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue Apr 09, 2019 6:20 pm

hummingbird wrote:
I found these vintage videos featuring cockpit filming on LTU's L1011.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wT_bi49XH9Q

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ptq7DNRMANo


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Caribbean Airlines recently announced new nonstop from BGI-KIN. However according to their CEO, arrivals from Jamaica to Barbados has increases 2.2% and this new service is expected to grow the market.
“We're looking forward to the additional 300 seats that this new Caribbean Airlines service from Jamaica will bring. In 2018, we had over 9000 arrivals from Jamaica – up 2.2 percent over 2017. This demonstrates this market's potential for growth, and with a strong marketing programme and Barbados’ well-packed annual calendar of events, we have high hopes for significant business from the island” stated William “Billy” Griffith, CEO of Barbados Tourism Marketing.
This service begins on April 15 subject to Government approval and will operate every Monday and Friday departing Kingston at 2.50 pm arriving in Barbados at 6.25 pm.
The flight will then depart non-stop to Kingston at 7.25 pm where it will arrive at 9.15 pm.



http://www.looptt.com/content/caribbean ... ados-route
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WN's additional summer services to MBJ.

Image
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OAG changes.

I assume this is related to the grounding of their Max8s.

AA KIN-MIA MAY 3>2[3]

Lv MIA 12:08p arr 12:55pm
Lv MIA 8:00p arr 8:50pm
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Brickell305 wrote:
Employees of Fly Jamaica Airways have been made redundant, effective March 31, 2019.In a letter to members of staff yesterday, the airline’s chairman and CEO Paul Ronald Reece said that the company “regrets to inform you (staff) that due to our lack of aircraft and the impact that it had on the company’s financial position, we have no alternative but to make all our employees redundant ... ”.


Their AOC was suspended.

caribny wrote:
Ran out of cash and they clearly owe on their 767 maintenance because that plane never returned to operation.

There is more to the story. The big question is will their airframe end up in the graveyard or will it become a freighter?


Re KIN-BGI, again, I'm convinced that they're simply looking for the least bad option to improve fleet utilization with the cuts to the Jamaica ops. BGI makes sense as there is definitely a market there and all of the other E. Caribbean destinations they serve from KIN have at least 2x weekly nonstop service (ANU 2x, POS 3x, SXM 2x).

Re AA, that's defintiely MAX8 related. ANU, PAP, SDQ, SKB (and others I'm sure I'm forgetting) have all seen reductions out of MIA as a result. There have been a number of domestic cuts out of JFK/MIA as well.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Apr 10, 2019 7:00 pm


Brickell305 wrote:
Employees of Fly Jamaica Airways have been made redundant, effective March 31, 2019.In a letter to members of staff yesterday, the airline’s chairman and CEO Paul Ronald Reece said that the company “regrets to inform you (staff) that due to our lack of aircraft and the impact that it had on the company’s financial position, we have no alternative but to make all our employees redundant ... ”.



Their AOC was suspended.

caribny wrote:
Ran out of cash and they clearly owe on their 767 maintenance because that plane never returned to operation.


There is more to the story. The big question is will their airframe end up in the graveyard or will it become a freighter?


To the defenders of FlyJamaica whats the plan to save the airline. Anyone made contact with them. Come on where are you all now.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Apr 17, 2019 3:49 pm

I was checking B6's schedule into KIN from JFK. I chose a random date in July and realize they will be operating 4 daily flights. This is impressive.

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beeweel15 wrote:
To the defenders of FlyJamaica whats the plan to save the airline. Anyone made contact with them. Come on where are you all now.


You ever heard the story about Humpty Dumpty, where "all the king's horses and all the king's men couldn't put Humpty together again". Time for a new hobby.


Brickell305 wrote:
Re KIN-BGI, again, I'm convinced that they're simply looking for the least bad option to improve fleet utilization with the cuts to the Jamaica ops. BGI makes sense as there is definitely a market there and all of the other E. Caribbean destinations they serve from KIN have at least 2x weekly nonstop service (ANU 2x, POS 3x, SXM 2x).


I have to give BW credit for the way they handled the promotional activities for this new service. They even invited key local Travel Agents in the hopes of strengthening tourism ties between both countries.

After a 15-year hiatus, direct flights from Jamaica to Barbados have returned.
The BW 455 flight, which was flown by Co-pilot Tanisha Clover and Captain Ian Wilson, successfully landed Monday night, after a two and a half hour trip.
Many persons, especially a group of University of the West Indies students who were onboard, spoke to being extremely grateful for this trip, as it replaced the near six hour journey it took to get to and from Jamaica in the past.
Speaking during the press conference following the landing of the aircraft Monday night, Minister of Tourism, Kerrie Symmonds revealed that for the first time in a very long time, the flight will provide 300 seats direct to Jamaica.
He expressed his sincerest gratitude to Caribbean Airlines, as they were able to forge this partnership and reignite the direct flight, he also congratulated the CEO of the Barbados Hotel and Tourism Authority for working hard to achieve this goal.
He stated that this flight highlighted an important issue of connectivity in the region, which was something that was increasingly necessary.
Symmonds believed that the time had come for us to come to terms with the fact that we can only deal with things that we have control over, and noted that the region was one such thing.

https://www.barbadosadvocate.com/news/d ... dos-return

The new service will provide 300 additional seats and is expected to create a “win-win” situation for both regions.
“The expected opportunities in trade development represents just one side of this story. The other side is new partnerships we have executed that offers compelling reasons to fly for leisure,” Chin continued.
In 2018, Barbados had over 9,000 arrivals from Jamaica, up 2.2 per cent over 2017.
According to the CEO of Barbados Tourism Marketing, the growth numbers demonstrate the market’s potential for growth and with a strong marketing programme, Barbados has high hopes for significant business from Jamaica.


http://www.loopjamaica.com/content/cari ... a-Barbados

Pics from inaugural flight. Credits to Caribbean Airlines.

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MBJ Pics from MBJ Spotters.

B6's NETS livery

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Air Century's CRJ2 operating another TUI crew transfer.

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Eastern Airlines B763 operating YYZ-MBJ-YYZ on behalf of Sunwing Airlines.

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Triple A321 treat from AA.

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Norwind's B772

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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Apr 17, 2019 10:25 pm

hummingbird wrote:
I was checking B6's schedule into KIN from JFK. I chose a random date in July and realize they will be operating 4 daily flights. This is impressive.

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The fourth daily flight is from 13 June to 3 September. The competition will be BW and DL who both have a daily flight.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed Apr 24, 2019 1:43 am

DOT STATS AUG 2018.
- B6 showing dominance on the JFK-KIN route. They operated 3 daily flights, 2 A321s and 1 A320.
-AA operated 4 daily flights from KIN to MIA and it shows they still have a large loyalty base in the market.

12 9 Chartright Air Inc. White Plains, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
12 9 Chartright Air Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica White Plains, NY
143 111 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
159 138 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica New York, NY
159 136 JetBlue Airways New York, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
160 158 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Myers, FL
160 132 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Houston, TX
160 157 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica West Palm Beach/Palm Beach, FL
166 166 United Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Newburgh/Poughkeepsie, NY
166 79 United Air Lines Inc. Houston, TX Montego Bay, Jamaica
166 162 United Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Houston, TX
175 172 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Charleston, SC
175 134 Southwest Airlines Co. Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
175 139 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Baltimore, MD
187 183 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
200 196 JetBlue Airways Kingston, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
228 167 Spirit Air Lines Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
228 182 Spirit Air Lines Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
250 96 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC Montego Bay, Jamaica Dallas/Fort Worth, TX
250 0 Eastern Airlines f/k/a Dynamic Airways, LLC Miami, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
314 306 Delta Air Lines Inc. New York, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
314 309 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica New York, NY
360 334 Delta Air Lines Inc. New York, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
360 346 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica New York, NY
384 335 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Philadelphia, PA
384 265 American Airlines Inc. Philadelphia, PA Montego Bay, Jamaica
474 422 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Los Angeles, CA
477 440 American Airlines Inc. Los Angeles, CA Montego Bay, Jamaica
480 394 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Chicago, IL
480 346 American Airlines Inc. Chicago, IL Montego Bay, Jamaica
525 416 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
537 489 United Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Chicago, IL
537 428 United Air Lines Inc. Washington, DC Montego Bay, Jamaica
537 515 United Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Washington, DC
537 442 United Air Lines Inc. Chicago, IL Montego Bay, Jamaica
540 400 Spirit Air Lines Fort Lauderdale, FL Kingston, Jamaica
540 448 Spirit Air Lines Kingston, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
600 577 JetBlue Airways Boston, MA Montego Bay, Jamaica
600 583 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica Boston, MA
640 580 Delta Air Lines Inc. Detroit, MI Montego Bay, Jamaica
640 600 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Detroit, MI
756 721 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
756 645 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Montego Bay, Jamaica
758 720 Delta Air Lines Inc. Boston, MA Montego Bay, Jamaica
758 728 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Boston, MA
875 796 Southwest Airlines Co. Chicago, IL Montego Bay, Jamaica
875 820 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Chicago, IL
875 848 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Houston, TX
875 791 Southwest Airlines Co. Houston, TX Montego Bay, Jamaica
1050 824 Southwest Airlines Co. Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
1074 1007 United Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Newark, NJ
1074 1039 United Air Lines Inc. Newark, NJ Montego Bay, Jamaica
1350 907 Caribbean Airlines Limited Kingston, Jamaica Orlando, FL
1350 1009 Caribbean Airlines Limited Orlando, FL Kingston, Jamaica
1584 1422 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited New York, NY Kingston, Jamaica
1584 1050 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited Kingston, Jamaica New York, NY
2002 1857 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Houston, TX
2145 2059 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Chicago, IL
2145 2000 Southwest Airlines Co. Chicago, IL Montego Bay, Jamaica
2145 1945 Southwest Airlines Co. Houston, TX Montego Bay, Jamaica
2275 2066 Southwest Airlines Co. Baltimore, MD Montego Bay, Jamaica
2560 2179 American Airlines Inc. Charlotte, NC Montego Bay, Jamaica
2560 2514 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Charlotte, NC
2625 2441 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Baltimore, MD
3000 2790 JetBlue Airways Kingston, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
3000 2430 JetBlue Airways Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
3000 2795 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
3100 2726 JetBlue Airways Fort Lauderdale, FL Kingston, Jamaica
3289 3085 Southwest Airlines Co. Orlando, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
3289 3142 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Orlando, FL
3690 3171 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited New York, NY Kingston, Jamaica
3936 3770 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited Kingston, Jamaica New York, NY
4060 3464 Spirit Air Lines Fort Lauderdale, FL Kingston, Jamaica
4060 3840 Spirit Air Lines Kingston, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
4117 3397 United Air Lines Inc. Houston, TX Montego Bay, Jamaica
4117 3984 United Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Houston, TX
4319 4080 Delta Air Lines Inc. New York, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
4320 4083 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica New York, NY
4320 4013 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Dallas/Fort Worth, TX
4480 3272 American Airlines Inc. Dallas/Fort Worth, TX Montego Bay, Jamaica
4495 4219 Spirit Air Lines Baltimore, MD Montego Bay, Jamaica
4495 4348 Spirit Air Lines Montego Bay, Jamaica Baltimore, MD
4500 4345 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Charlotte, NC
4500 3956 American Airlines Inc. Charlotte, NC Montego Bay, Jamaica
4500 4235 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica Orlando, FL
4650 4087 Caribbean Airlines Limited Montego Bay, Jamaica New York, NY
4650 4039 Caribbean Airlines Limited Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
4650 3911 Caribbean Airlines Limited Fort Lauderdale, FL Kingston, Jamaica
4650 3543 Caribbean Airlines Limited New York, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
4650 3953 Caribbean Airlines Limited Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
4650 4221 JetBlue Airways Orlando, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
4650 4094 Caribbean Airlines Limited Kingston, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
4800 4274 JetBlue Airways Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
4800 4606 JetBlue Airways Kingston, Jamaica New York, NY
4800 4450 JetBlue Airways New York, NY Kingston, Jamaica
4950 4678 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
5187 4882 Delta Air Lines Inc. Kingston, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
5187 4470 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Kingston, Jamaica
5312 5137 United Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Newark, NJ
5400 4815 Spirit Air Lines Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
5400 5225 Spirit Air Lines Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
5478 5210 United Air Lines Inc. Newark, NJ Montego Bay, Jamaica
5700 4629 Caribbean Airlines Limited New York, NY Kingston, Jamaica
5700 4956 Caribbean Airlines Limited Kingston, Jamaica New York, NY
6167 5885 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Montego Bay, Jamaica
6169 5985 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
6578 6331 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Baltimore, MD
7150 6769 Southwest Airlines Co. Baltimore, MD Montego Bay, Jamaica
7865 7249 Southwest Airlines Co. Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
8437 7947 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
8976 8634 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Philadelphia, PA
8976 8002 American Airlines Inc. Philadelphia, PA Montego Bay, Jamaica
9450 8063 JetBlue Airways Fort Lauderdale, FL Kingston, Jamaica
9450 8720 JetBlue Airways Kingston, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
10098 9812 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Charlotte, NC
10285 9249 American Airlines Inc. Charlotte, NC Montego Bay, Jamaica
11160 10771 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
11160 10587 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Montego Bay, Jamaica
11250 10760 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica New York, NY
11250 10678 JetBlue Airways New York, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
11759 11235 JetBlue Airways Kingston, Jamaica New York, NY
11918 10809 JetBlue Airways New York, NY Kingston, Jamaica
12492 11978 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Miami, FL
12812 11181 American Airlines Inc. Miami, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
17920 15795 American Airlines Inc. Miami, FL Kingston, Jamaica
18080 16287 American Airlines Inc. Kingston, Jamaica Miami, FL






DOT STATS SEPT 2018

- Slow travel period, however BW's loads took a big dive while other carries showed some stability.


128 106 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Philadelphia, PA
128 109 American Airlines Inc. Philadelphia, PA Montego Bay, Jamaica
143 139 Southwest Airlines Co. Baltimore, MD Kingston, Jamaica
143 40 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica West Palm Beach/Palm Beach, FL
157 152 Delta Air Lines Inc. Tampa, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
175 146 Southwest Airlines Co. Baltimore, MD Montego Bay, Jamaica
175 126 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
180 78 Spirit Air Lines Baltimore, MD Montego Bay, Jamaica
180 171 Spirit Air Lines Fort Lauderdale, FL Kingston, Jamaica
187 165 American Airlines Inc. Charlotte, NC Kingston, Jamaica
187 156 American Airlines Inc. Philadelphia, PA Kingston, Jamaica
332 292 United Air Lines Inc. Newark, NJ Montego Bay, Jamaica
332 301 United Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Newark, NJ
360 265 Spirit Air Lines Montego Bay, Jamaica Baltimore, MD
374 231 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Miami, FL
400 370 JetBlue Airways Fort Lauderdale, FL Kingston, Jamaica
400 276 JetBlue Airways Kingston, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
456 172 Spirit Air Lines Fort Lauderdale, FL Kingston, Jamaica
456 143 Spirit Air Lines Kingston, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
537 464 United Air Lines Inc. Newark, NJ Montego Bay, Jamaica
537 522 United Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Newark, NJ
700 545 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Baltimore, MD
700 531 Southwest Airlines Co. Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
750 600 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica Boston, MA
750 670 JetBlue Airways Boston, MA Montego Bay, Jamaica
750 603 JetBlue Airways Kingston, Jamaica New York, NY
788 635 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Kingston, Jamaica
792 355 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited Kingston, Jamaica New York, NY
895 669 United Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Houston, TX
895 712 United Air Lines Inc. Houston, TX Montego Bay, Jamaica
900 823 JetBlue Airways New York, NY Kingston, Jamaica
945 780 Delta Air Lines Inc. Kingston, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
1386 1101 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited New York, NY Kingston, Jamaica
1413 1295 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Montego Bay, Jamaica
1570 1440 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
1600 1304 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Dallas/Fort Worth, TX
1600 1161 American Airlines Inc. Dallas/Fort Worth, TX Montego Bay, Jamaica
1650 1422 JetBlue Airways New York, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
1800 1720 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica New York, NY
1950 944 Caribbean Airlines Limited Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
1950 1191 Caribbean Airlines Limited Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
2431 2020 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Chicago, IL
2431 2260 Southwest Airlines Co. Chicago, IL Montego Bay, Jamaica
2574 2354 Southwest Airlines Co. Houston, TX Montego Bay, Jamaica
2574 2156 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Houston, TX
2640 2076 Delta Air Lines Inc. Kingston, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
2748 2570 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Montego Bay, Jamaica
2749 2502 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
2771 2195 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Kingston, Jamaica
2900 1987 JetBlue Airways Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
2900 1661 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
3000 2401 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Charlotte, NC
3000 2618 American Airlines Inc. Charlotte, NC Montego Bay, Jamaica
3045 1991 Spirit Air Lines Montego Bay, Jamaica Baltimore, MD
3146 2374 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Orlando, FL
3146 2885 Southwest Airlines Co. Orlando, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
3190 1485 Spirit Air Lines Kingston, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
3190 2428 Spirit Air Lines Fort Lauderdale, FL Kingston, Jamaica
3190 2169 Spirit Air Lines Baltimore, MD Montego Bay, Jamaica
3198 2620 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited New York, NY Kingston, Jamaica
3960 3499 Delta Air Lines Inc. New York, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
3960 3408 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica New York, NY
4050 1660 Caribbean Airlines Limited New York, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
4140 3176 Spirit Air Lines Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
4147 3790 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Baltimore, MD
4182 3181 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited Kingston, Jamaica New York, NY
4200 1688 Caribbean Airlines Limited Montego Bay, Jamaica New York, NY
4200 2158 Caribbean Airlines Limited New York, NY Kingston, Jamaica
4200 1628 Caribbean Airlines Limited Kingston, Jamaica New York, NY
4320 3301 Spirit Air Lines Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
4433 4053 Southwest Airlines Co. Baltimore, MD Montego Bay, Jamaica
4488 3191 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Philadelphia, PA
4488 3486 American Airlines Inc. Philadelphia, PA Montego Bay, Jamaica
4500 2609 Caribbean Airlines Limited Fort Lauderdale, FL Kingston, Jamaica
4500 3023 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica Orlando, FL
4500 3466 JetBlue Airways Orlando, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
4500 1930 Caribbean Airlines Limited Kingston, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
4650 4012 JetBlue Airways Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
4650 3916 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
5398 4741 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Montego Bay, Jamaica
5400 4707 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
5969 5444 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Montego Bay, Jamaica
5970 5311 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
7106 5535 American Airlines Inc. Charlotte, NC Montego Bay, Jamaica
7106 5763 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Charlotte, NC
7436 6326 Southwest Airlines Co. Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
7722 5561 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
9000 7818 JetBlue Airways Fort Lauderdale, FL Kingston, Jamaica
9000 7276 JetBlue Airways Kingston, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
9476 7620 American Airlines Inc. Miami, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
9636 6907 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Miami, FL
10359 7472 JetBlue Airways New York, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
10359 7407 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica New York, NY
14448 9223 American Airlines Inc. Kingston, Jamaica Miami, FL
14608 11461 American Airlines Inc. Miami, FL Kingston, Jamaica
17000 11599 JetBlue Airways New York, NY Kingston, Jamaica
17000 10307 JetBlue Airways Kingston, Jamaica New York, NY





DOT STATS OCT 2018

300 230 JetBlue Airways New York, NY Kingston, Jamaica
300 208 JetBlue Airways Kingston, Jamaica New York, NY
313 234 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica New York, NY
314 224 Delta Air Lines Inc. New York, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
350 329 Southwest Airlines Co. Baltimore, MD Montego Bay, Jamaica
350 269 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
537 496 United Air Lines Inc. Newark, NJ Montego Bay, Jamaica
537 395 United Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Newark, NJ
600 574 JetBlue Airways Boston, MA Montego Bay, Jamaica
600 488 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Philadelphia, PA
600 497 American Airlines Inc. Philadelphia, PA Montego Bay, Jamaica
600 451 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica Boston, MA
628 464 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Kingston, Jamaica
628 519 Delta Air Lines Inc. Kingston, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
664 584 United Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Houston, TX
664 569 United Air Lines Inc. Houston, TX Montego Bay, Jamaica
664 411 United Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Chicago, IL
664 521 United Air Lines Inc. Chicago, IL Montego Bay, Jamaica
720 438 Spirit Air Lines Fort Lauderdale, FL Kingston, Jamaica
720 328 Spirit Air Lines Kingston, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
750 606 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica New York, NY
750 533 JetBlue Airways New York, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
830 647 United Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Newark, NJ
830 743 United Air Lines Inc. Newark, NJ Montego Bay, Jamaica
984 745 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited New York, NY Kingston, Jamaica
984 686 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited Kingston, Jamaica New York, NY
1024 773 American Airlines Inc. Charlotte, NC Montego Bay, Jamaica
1024 910 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Charlotte, NC
1256 1036 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Montego Bay, Jamaica
1256 1158 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
1700 1147 JetBlue Airways Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
1700 1009 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
1950 1186 Caribbean Airlines Limited Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
1950 1110 Caribbean Airlines Limited Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
2431 2199 Southwest Airlines Co. Houston, TX Montego Bay, Jamaica
2431 2255 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Houston, TX
2465 1144 Spirit Air Lines Kingston, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
2465 1208 Spirit Air Lines Fort Lauderdale, FL Kingston, Jamaica
2574 2433 Southwest Airlines Co. Baltimore, MD Montego Bay, Jamaica
2574 2334 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Baltimore, MD
2574 1950 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited Kingston, Jamaica New York, NY
2772 2426 Fly Jamaica Airways Limited New York, NY Kingston, Jamaica
2901 2489 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Kingston, Jamaica
2903 2432 Delta Air Lines Inc. Kingston, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
2970 2624 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Montego Bay, Jamaica
2970 2690 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
3003 2596 Southwest Airlines Co. Orlando, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
3003 2470 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Orlando, FL
3045 1968 Spirit Air Lines Montego Bay, Jamaica Baltimore, MD
3045 1912 Spirit Air Lines Baltimore, MD Montego Bay, Jamaica
3146 2729 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Chicago, IL
3146 2943 Southwest Airlines Co. Chicago, IL Montego Bay, Jamaica
3325 2619 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
3325 3172 Southwest Airlines Co. Baltimore, MD Montego Bay, Jamaica
3450 3120 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Charlotte, NC
3450 3248 American Airlines Inc. Charlotte, NC Montego Bay, Jamaica
3600 1956 Caribbean Airlines Limited New York, NY Kingston, Jamaica
3600 1703 Caribbean Airlines Limited Kingston, Jamaica New York, NY
3675 3115 Southwest Airlines Co. Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
3675 3286 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Baltimore, MD
3780 2624 Spirit Air Lines Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
3780 2874 Spirit Air Lines Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
3828 3421 Delta Air Lines Inc. New York, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
3828 3206 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica New York, NY
3852 2959 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Dallas/Fort Worth, TX
3852 3264 American Airlines Inc. Dallas/Fort Worth, TX Montego Bay, Jamaica
3900 1587 Caribbean Airlines Limited Montego Bay, Jamaica New York, NY
3900 2040 Caribbean Airlines Limited New York, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
4650 4039 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
4650 3937 JetBlue Airways Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
4650 2767 Caribbean Airlines Limited Fort Lauderdale, FL Kingston, Jamaica
4650 3333 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica Orlando, FL
4650 2132 Caribbean Airlines Limited Kingston, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
4650 3421 JetBlue Airways Orlando, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
4862 3729 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Philadelphia, PA
4862 4247 American Airlines Inc. Philadelphia, PA Montego Bay, Jamaica
5579 4848 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Montego Bay, Jamaica
5580 4766 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
5863 4727 Southwest Airlines Co. Fort Lauderdale, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
5863 4906 Southwest Airlines Co. Montego Bay, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
6169 5703 Delta Air Lines Inc. Atlanta, GA Montego Bay, Jamaica
6169 5490 Delta Air Lines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Atlanta, GA
7293 6532 American Airlines Inc. Charlotte, NC Montego Bay, Jamaica
7293 6766 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Charlotte, NC
9324 7731 JetBlue Airways Fort Lauderdale, FL Kingston, Jamaica
9324 8304 JetBlue Airways Kingston, Jamaica Fort Lauderdale, FL
11400 8367 JetBlue Airways New York, NY Montego Bay, Jamaica
11400 8185 JetBlue Airways Montego Bay, Jamaica New York, NY
13648 10103 American Airlines Inc. Montego Bay, Jamaica Miami, FL
13808 11307 American Airlines Inc. Miami, FL Montego Bay, Jamaica
14916 10615 American Airlines Inc. Kingston, Jamaica Miami, FL
14916 11618 American Airlines Inc. Miami, FL Kingston, Jamaica
15800 11146 JetBlue Airways New York, NY Kingston, Jamaica
15800 10272 JetBlue Airways Kingston, Jamaica New York, NY



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The fourth daily flight is from 13 June to 3 September. The competition will be BW and DL who both have a daily flight.


BW normally adds the extra 2 weekly KIN-JFK-KIN around mid July. I can forsee DL upgauging their flights to the B739 as they did in December.
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Its a wrap for OJ as their Jamaican AOC was suspended and Guyana will soon follow suit.

Jamaica already suspended operating certificate

Embattled Fly Jamaica Airways is soon to be suspended from all operations in Guyana given the recent actions of its home country, Jamaica, already suspending the airline’s operating certificate.



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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu May 09, 2019 8:43 am

gunnerman wrote:
The fourth daily flight is from 13 June to 3 September. The competition will be BW and DL who both have a daily flight.


I don't think B6 is perturbed by BWs & DLs daily service on the KIN-JFK route.


AA 2370 doing KIN - MIA had hydraulics issues on Tuesday morning. Landed safely in MIA none the less ...

"MIAMI, Florida — An American Airlines plane, which departed from Jamaica, had to make an emergency landing at Miami International Airport this morning, reportedly due to hydraulic problems. No one was injured.

According to US media, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue responded to the runway just before 11:00 am today.

One tire was blown out after it landed on Runway 9, reported 7News Miami (WSVN.com), adding that American Airlines officials said the plane was believed to have left Jamaica with a bad tire."

https://www.jamaicaobserver.com/latestn ... mi_airport

hummingbird wrote:
- B6 showing dominance on the JFK-KIN route. They operated 3 daily flights, 2 A321s and 1 A320.
-AA operated 4 daily flights from KIN to MIA and it shows they still have a large loyalty base in the market.


As usual.
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat May 11, 2019 5:24 pm

Air Transat will be using their new A321neo LR to MBJ eff Nov2019.

Montreal – Montego Bay 07NOV19 – 09APR20 1 weekly
Toronto – Montego Bay 01NOV19 – 07APR20 1 weekly

https://www.routesonline.com/news/38/ai ... -may-2019/

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Delta will increase DTW-MBJ services to daily eff W20. This past winter we saw Sunwing and Spirit joining Delta on the route.

Delta for the most part operated 2 A321s on Saturdays.

Delta Air Lines is looking to the future with the announcement of new and expanded service in late 2019 and early 2020.
Starting December 21, Delta will expand its Saturday-only service to winter seasonal daily flights between its Detroit Metropolitan Airport and two Caribbean destinations, including Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, Jamaica, and Punta Cana International Airport in the Dominican Republic.
The Caribbean routes will operate with the 180-passenger Boeing 737 planes, which feature 20 seats in First Class, 21 Comfort + seats and 139 Main Cabin seats. Ticket sales for both routes open on May 11.


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


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More seats to Jamaica this summer.

We are looking to build on the strong start to 2019, having welcomed over 1.3 million visitors through the end of March, which generated just under $950 million in revenue for Jamaica’s tourism sector,” said Donovan White, Jamaica’s director of tourism. “The groundwork has been laid in the first quarter and with the increased seat capacity this summer, we anticipate continued growth and increased earnings for the destination.”
The Northeast region has seen the most significant increase, accounting for more than half of the seats secured. From New York-JFK, JetBlue has added more capacity and increased frequency to Kingston and Montego Bay, while Delta has added daily service to Kingston. From Newark, United has increased frequency to Montego Bay from Baltimore, and Southwest has added flights to Montego Bay.
The Southeast region has added more than 20,000 additional seats for the summer to Montego Bay. American has increased flights from Charlotte, Delta has boosted its capacity from Atlanta and JetBlue will be adding a second daily flight from Orlando during August. Spirit has introduced new service to Montego Bay and Kingston. From New Orleans, Vacation Express will reintroduce its charter service to Montego Bay starting May 25 and will operate through to June 22.
In the Midwest region, Southwest begins new weekly service on Saturdays from St. Louis to Montego Bay starting June 9. In the West, United is adding extra flights Tuesdays and Thursdays from Houston (IAH) to Montego Bay. In addition, Sun Country will begin new service from Dallas (DFW) to Montego Bay starting May 24. This service will operate through to Aug. 19, 2019.


http://thejewishvoice.com/2019/05/08/ja ... -from-u-s/
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JCAA Applications.

An end to KX's dominance.

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This is their second application to link PBM and KIN.

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MBJ Shots via MBJSpotters

AC Rouge heading back to YYZ.

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WN on final

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Copa's E190 on short final to rwy 07.
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Cookie returns to MBJ operating 1 weekly from MAN.

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NK on short final.

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Eastern Airlines operating for Sunwing enroute to YYZ.
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon May 13, 2019 2:11 pm

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HAV will be served nonstop with the props. The props will not only serve KIN but also MBJ. The Jamaican Govt has been pushing a multi destination concept and BW will be in a better position to serve these markets. Expect to see flights from KIN to HAV, NAS and SDQ.


I have seem Intercaribbean making some flights SDQ-KIN, and checking the statics increasing the numbers of Jamaicans arriving to SDQ, Jan 2019 - 197, Feb 2019 - 250 and March 2019 - 356
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon May 13, 2019 3:37 pm

Caribbean007 wrote:
hummingbird wrote:
HAV will be served nonstop with the props. The props will not only serve KIN but also MBJ. The Jamaican Govt has been pushing a multi destination concept and BW will be in a better position to serve these markets. Expect to see flights from KIN to HAV, NAS and SDQ.


I have seem Intercaribbean making some flights SDQ-KIN, and checking the statics increasing the numbers of Jamaicans arriving to SDQ, Jan 2019 - 197, Feb 2019 - 250 and March 2019 - 356


If the 350 is consistent it seems as if the route can support a 2x weekly POS SDQ KIN route by BW. I assume that Dominicans also travel to KIN. The POS SDQ is a missing gap in intra regional travel given that there is a fair amount of business activity between the two cities. BW is seeking to boost the flagging utilization of its KIN based 738s by applying for permission to fly KIN GCM and KIN HAV.

I remain skeptical of why BW should pour $$ into a turbo prop fleet based out of KIN when its priority has to be to replace its ageing 737-800 fleet. The MAX issue through a wrench into their plans.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon May 13, 2019 8:01 pm

caribny wrote:
Caribbean007 wrote:
hummingbird wrote:
HAV will be served nonstop with the props. The props will not only serve KIN but also MBJ. The Jamaican Govt has been pushing a multi destination concept and BW will be in a better position to serve these markets. Expect to see flights from KIN to HAV, NAS and SDQ.


I have seem Intercaribbean making some flights SDQ-KIN, and checking the statics increasing the numbers of Jamaicans arriving to SDQ, Jan 2019 - 197, Feb 2019 - 250 and March 2019 - 356


If the 350 is consistent it seems as if the route can support a 2x weekly POS SDQ KIN route by BW. I assume that Dominicans also travel to KIN. The POS SDQ is a missing gap in intra regional travel given that there is a fair amount of business activity between the two cities. BW is seeking to boost the flagging utilization of its KIN based 738s by applying for permission to fly KIN GCM and KIN HAV.

I remain skeptical of why BW should pour $$ into a turbo prop fleet based out of KIN when its priority has to be to replace its ageing 737-800 fleet. The MAX issue through a wrench into their plans.


I would like to see something like that POS-SDQ-KIN, one point in the favor of POS is that Dominicans can travel there only with the passport, there are some Dominicans traveling to KIN but we need to apply for visa first.. I just checked Intercaribbean SDQ-KIN-SDQ from Jun 10 till Jun 15 for 549.00 and SDQ-POS-SDQ With copa same dates 703.00 dollars. To travel from SDQ-KIN-SDQ has the same prices to travel SDQ-JFK-SDQ and travel SDQ-POS-SDQ has same prices to travel SDQ-MAD-SDQ. thas also another isue that all Caribbean island must work to drop it to increase inter caribbea air travelers.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon May 13, 2019 8:21 pm

Guys, 350 per month would be 88 passengers per week. Doing a 2 times a week flight, that will be 44 passengers per flight. How can that be sustainable, taking into account high and low seasons and whether there will be more airlines serving that route? 350 in my opinion is no business case because 1 airline will never be able to take the entire market to themselves, not even 80% of that market(?)

I can see it work on a charter basis but not as scheduled service for an entire summer or winter season.

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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Mon May 13, 2019 8:35 pm

A388 wrote:
Guys, 350 per month would be 88 passengers per week. Doing a 2 times a week flight, that will be 44 passengers per flight. How can that be sustainable, taking into account high and low seasons and whether there will be more airlines serving that route? 350 in my opinion is no business case because 1 airline will never be able to take the entire market to themselves, not even 80% of that market(?)

I can see it work on a charter basis but not as scheduled service for an entire summer or winter season.

A388

Not disagreeing with you. However, just to be fair, that is only the number of Jamaicans entering SDQ. It doesn't count Dominicans who are traveling to KIN or people who are neither Jamaican/Dominican who travel in either direction (I realize that would be only a small amount of people).
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Tue May 14, 2019 9:01 pm

A388 wrote:
Guys, 350 per month would be 88 passengers per week. Doing a 2 times a week flight, that will be 44 passengers per flight. How can that be sustainable, taking into account high and low seasons and whether there will be more airlines serving that route? 350 in my opinion is no business case because 1 airline will never be able to take the entire market to themselves, not even 80% of that market(?)

I can see it work on a charter basis but not as scheduled service for an entire summer or winter season.

A388



The 350 is based only on Jamaican travel to the DR. I don't know what the travel in the opposite direction is but it must exist. If its the same as the Jamaica travel then we are talking about 88 per flight. Add a few more in-transit from POS to KIN and the numbers become even higher. JY with its 30 seater isn't going to remain on that route if BW enters. People only use planes of that type when its the only option. There is also unmet demand on the POS SDQ sector. I agree that a KIN SDQ KIN flight on BW isn't sustainable.

And the flight can even also be POS ANU SDQ KIN and return, operating on the days when BW has a BGI KIN nonstop. Then you have in-transits from POS and ANU in addition to those boarding in SDQ. There is definitely demand into SDQ from ANU.

My query about whether 350 was a real number is based on my concern as to how sustainable it is. Its also interesting how traffic develops when transportation improves. Who would have thought that GEO would have been able to sustain a daily PTY service.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed May 22, 2019 10:27 pm

Caribbean007 wrote:
I have seem Intercaribbean making some flights SDQ-KIN, and checking the statics increasing the numbers of Jamaicans arriving to SDQ, Jan 2019 - 197, Feb 2019 - 250 and March 2019 - 356


The Santo Domingo to KIN sector is a highly sought after route with Sky High and Air Century expressing interest in the market. In addition to the 2 weekly non stop flights, paxs can also connect 7 days via PLS. I heard once they receive certification for it's SDQ base, flights will be up-gauged to the E145.


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Domestic Flights coming soon.

ST JAMES, Jamaica — With Reggae Sumfest around the corner, Minister of Transport and Mining, Robert Montague, says the Government is in the final stages of negotiation with two companies to facilitate the reintroduction of domestic flights within Jamaica.
“At least one will start before Reggae Sumfest [2019] because we are trying to fit it within the product, so… we need to give our people options,” he said.

Montague was addressing aviation stakeholders at a forum held at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay, St James, on Friday.

He also informed that the Government is moving ahead to re-establish General Aviation in the country.

The minister explained that the reopening of dormant airstrips would further benefit the ganja industry as hundreds of applicants, mostly foreign nationals, have applied for licenses to grow cannabis on Jamaican soil.


http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/latestne ... xJkX7iuiFw

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Apparently St Lucia is in talks with Inter-Caribbean to operate flights linking St Lucia and Jamaica. Clearly a move that is targeting the Sandals tourists looking to visit other properties.

He said his department is attempting to rectify that problem which had impacted an airline providing services to St. Croix. That airline had ceased operations at one time but is back. Joseph said Saint Lucia is in discussions with that airline, name not given, to get a 40-seater aircraft to run between Saint Lucia and Jamaica.

http://www.loopslu.com/content/joseph-t ... -authority

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JCAA Apps.

With the expected addition of HAV and GCM, BW will see more additional seats in KIN compared to last year. The recently added KIN-BGI replaced the KIN-MCO service.

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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Wed May 29, 2019 7:59 pm

Orbest returns to MBJ for yet another summer season.

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This is an interesting development. I assume whomever purchases OJ will do some serious re-branding and focus on the Jamaican market.

It has emerged that two sets of investors are seeking to purchase the beleaguered airline Fly Jamaica.
Captain Ronald Reece, one of the owners of the airline, confirmed in a brief interview with RJR News that two suitors were seeking to acquire the airline.
Captain Reece said he was unable to comment any further as talks are continuing.
Sources told RJR News that Fly Jamaica has been in talks with one group for almost a year. That group, said to be out of France, has offered to buy the airline, make redundancy payments and clear other debts owed by Fly Jamaica.
RJR News has learnt that the airline currently owes several airports various fees.
News of talks with the investors comes weeks after the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority (JCAA) confirmed that it had suspended the airline’s air operating certificate.

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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu May 30, 2019 2:48 am

hummingbird wrote:
Orbest returns to MBJ for yet another summer season.

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They had to choose a Thursday, don't they... Ughhh!!!
But I surely am glad to have them back. Too bad Evelop won't be coming (I asked).
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Thu May 30, 2019 2:56 pm

I wonder what value and assets that OJ which is of value to anyone. KIN JFK and KIN YYZ are very well served and it doesnt appear as if OJ is missed. FLL KIN was always a nonstarter.

I suggest that people dont bother with what the owners have to say. Over the years we had a promised IPO, flights to Brazil, flights to MBJ and BGI and a huge increase in fleet. Fantasy.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri May 31, 2019 4:41 pm

caribny wrote:
I wonder what value and assets that OJ which is of value to anyone. KIN JFK and KIN YYZ are very well served and it doesnt appear as if OJ is missed. FLL KIN was always a nonstarter.


Whomever acquires them will have to apply for a new AOC which I believe will further complicate the process.


Rmjhjr wrote:
They had to choose a Thursday, don't they... Ughhh!!!But I surely am glad to have them back. Too bad Evelop won't be coming (I asked).


I was also hoping to see the return of Evelop this season. However flights from Europe has taken a nose dive since the end of the winter season.

-Norwind is facing sanctions in Russia and have suspended flight to MBJ.
-Eurowings is currently undergoing reorganization and have suspended flights from MUC and DUS.

EVEN AS the number of tourists to Jamaica from the United States and the United Kingdom continues to surge, the number of visitors from the European Union was hit with a 54 per cent decline, trending down wards from 30,232 to 14,127
Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett attributes the decline to issues with airlift on the continent, which he said is of concern to him, so much so that he will be travelling there next month to consult with industry players.
“What has happened is that we’ve struggled with one or two flights, particularly, with Eurowing and some other flights that we have on a seasonal basis, so I am hoping to go into Europe in June and to go to France, in particular, to have some discussions with partners and airlines with regard to strengthening the airlift arrangements from that side of Europe, Continental Europe and Southern Europe,” Bartlett explained.
“People want to come to Jamaica. There is no question about that, but you also have to make sure there is the reliability of load factor because the airline is not going to fly unless there are somewhere in the region of 70 to 75 per cent load factor,” the Minister added.
Nevertheless, Bartlett said that the arrivals for this year remain on a strong growth trajectory, with robust figures coming out of the United States and the United Kingdom due in part to vigorous airlift from those regions, a result of relatively shorter flight times.

http://hospitalityjamaica.com/news1.html

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Caribbean Airlines has been aggressively discounting seats on it's recently opened KIN-BGI services. Its cheaper to go to BGI than Florida.

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I never saw this one coming, but lets see how they battle NK on this route.

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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri May 31, 2019 5:13 pm

hummingbird wrote:
caribny wrote:
I wonder what value and assets that OJ which is of value to anyone. KIN JFK and KIN YYZ are very well served and it doesnt appear as if OJ is missed. FLL KIN was always a nonstarter.


Whomever acquires them will have to apply for a new AOC which I believe will further complicate the process.


Rmjhjr wrote:
They had to choose a Thursday, don't they... Ughhh!!!But I surely am glad to have them back. Too bad Evelop won't be coming (I asked).


I was also hoping to see the return of Evelop this season. However flights from Europe has taken a nose dive since the end of the winter season.

-Norwind is facing sanctions in Russia and have suspended flight to MBJ.
-Eurowings is currently undergoing reorganization and have suspended flights from MUC and DUS.

EVEN AS the number of tourists to Jamaica from the United States and the United Kingdom continues to surge, the number of visitors from the European Union was hit with a 54 per cent decline, trending down wards from 30,232 to 14,127
Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett attributes the decline to issues with airlift on the continent, which he said is of concern to him, so much so that he will be travelling there next month to consult with industry players.
“What has happened is that we’ve struggled with one or two flights, particularly, with Eurowing and some other flights that we have on a seasonal basis, so I am hoping to go into Europe in June and to go to France, in particular, to have some discussions with partners and airlines with regard to strengthening the airlift arrangements from that side of Europe, Continental Europe and Southern Europe,” Bartlett explained.
“People want to come to Jamaica. There is no question about that, but you also have to make sure there is the reliability of load factor because the airline is not going to fly unless there are somewhere in the region of 70 to 75 per cent load factor,” the Minister added.
Nevertheless, Bartlett said that the arrivals for this year remain on a strong growth trajectory, with robust figures coming out of the United States and the United Kingdom due in part to vigorous airlift from those regions, a result of relatively shorter flight times.

http://hospitalityjamaica.com/news1.html

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Caribbean Airlines has been aggressively discounting seats on it's recently opened KIN-BGI services. Its cheaper to go to BGI than Florida.

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I never saw this one coming, but lets see how they battle NK on this route.

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It's strange to me that they feel the need to discount BGI. Yes, technically it's a new route but BGI has been served by BW from KIN for damn near forever. It's not like it's an unknown destination from either end. It's just making nonstop a route that with a relatively recent change required at least one stop.

caribny wrote:
I wonder what value and assets that OJ which is of value to anyone. KIN JFK and KIN YYZ are very well served and it doesnt appear as if OJ is missed. FLL KIN was always a nonstarter.

I suggest that people dont bother with what the owners have to say. Over the years we had a promised IPO, flights to Brazil, flights to MBJ and BGI and a huge increase in fleet. Fantasy.


My thoughts exactly when I read that. What value does OJ have of any kind?
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Fri May 31, 2019 11:39 pm

An airline in deep trouble could be bought for a number of reasons including:
- holding valuable route rights
- holding valuable airport slots
- having a brand which is still not tarnished
- owning physical assets such as hangars or aircraft which the buyer wants

None of the above applies to OJ.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Jun 01, 2019 4:05 am

I guess BW must compete with AA charging $210 on its BGI MIA R/T. This fare is before taxes. There has been a sharp reduction in intra regional travel. Note that the BGI KIN is fully O&D whereas the milk run flights are shared between many markets. The evening departure to KIN is also not traditional for this route.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Jun 01, 2019 4:26 am

hummingbird wrote:
I was also hoping to see the return of Evelop this season. However flights from Europe has taken a nose dive since the end of the winter season.

-Norwind is facing sanctions in Russia and have suspended flight to MBJ.
-Eurowings is currently undergoing reorganization and have suspended flights from MUC and DUS.

EVEN AS the number of tourists to Jamaica from the United States and the United Kingdom continues to surge, the number of visitors from the European Union was hit with a 54 per cent decline, trending down wards from 30,232 to 14,127
Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett attributes the decline to issues with airlift on the continent, which he said is of concern to him, so much so that he will be travelling there next month to consult with industry players.
“What has happened is that we’ve struggled with one or two flights, particularly, with Eurowing and some other flights that we have on a seasonal basis, so I am hoping to go into Europe in June and to go to France, in particular, to have some discussions with partners and airlines with regard to strengthening the airlift arrangements from that side of Europe, Continental Europe and Southern Europe,” Bartlett explained.
“People want to come to Jamaica. There is no question about that, but you also have to make sure there is the reliability of load factor because the airline is not going to fly unless there are somewhere in the region of 70 to 75 per cent load factor,” the Minister added.
Nevertheless, Bartlett said that the arrivals for this year remain on a strong growth trajectory, with robust figures coming out of the United States and the United Kingdom due in part to vigorous airlift from those regions, a result of relatively shorter flight times.
http://hospitalityjamaica.com/news1.html


Well, Eurowings I am at least hoping will sort out their DUS switch after shifting from Cologne and ending Munich (Munich route slash is not limited to Jamaica btw; they seem to have consolidated their long-haul to just DUS, but then that has reverted us to being seasonal after committing Cologne to year-round.. Sighhh).

Pity that Aeroflot doesn't seem interested to kick Nordwind while they are down and take the route. Lol.

Europe is just in a lil bit of a mess now; let's hope some semblance of normalcy will be restored from there to us.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Jun 01, 2019 4:54 am

Is the DR suffering the same airlift issues out of Europe that MBJ is?
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Jun 01, 2019 4:59 am

caribny wrote:
Is the DR suffering the same airlift issues out of Europe that MBJ is?


Well, no. They have a more robust connection with Europe. But, they too have had their winter traffic ceased just like us. But they have had regular traffic from Europe.
 
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Re: Jamaican Aviation Thread - 2019

Sat Jun 01, 2019 11:52 am

Pity because some of the most robust growth in tourism for Jamaica was in the non traditional Euro markets (i.e. other than the UK).

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