Jamaica to Collect New Non-Stop Service from Frontier From Cleveland

As of March 9, 2024, Jamaica will welcome new non- stop air service by Frontier Airlines from Cleveland International Airport ( CLE ) in Ohio to Montego Bay’s Sangster International Airport ( MBJ). The new airlines will run three times weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays and are now available for reservation.
” We could n’t be more pleased that Frontier continues to expand the number of gateways from which they provide non- stop service to Jamaica”, said the Hon. Edmund Bartlett, Minister of Tourism, Jamaica. ” The first March support launch from Cleveland is ultimately timed to catch the second half of our top spring season. So, these new flights may simply add to the report- breaking arrivals we are now expecting for the period”.
This will be the sole non- stop services to Jamaica from the Cleveland industry, opening more of the essential Midwestern U. S. market to the destination.
Additionally, this service complements Frontier’s existing services to Jamaica from Atlanta, Chicago, Miami, Orlando, Philadelphia and St. Louis, increasing the company’s overall amount of non- quit gateways serving the island to seven.
” It is very comforting to receive this new service from Frontier, a valued flight partner responsible for carrying a considerable number of visitors to our shores and one that has continued to seek out opportunities to travel to Jamaica from several important U. S. places”, said Donovan White, Director of Tourism, Jamaica Tourist Board. ” We look forward to welcoming travellers flying on this new company from Cleveland and continuing to grow visitors to the target”.
For more information on the new Frontier services or to reserve a flight, attend www. flyfrontier.com.
For more information on Jamaica, attend www. visitjamaica.com.
The Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB), founded in 1955, is Jamaica’s regional tourism firm based in the capital city of Kingston. JTB practices are even located in Montego Bay, Miami, Toronto and London. Official headquarters are located in Berlin, Barcelona, Rome, Amsterdam, Mumbai, Tokyo and Paris.
In 2021, the JTB was declared’ World’s Leading Cruise Destination,’ ‘ World’s Leading Family Destination’ and ‘ World’s Top Wedding Destination’ for the next consecutive year by the World Travel Awards, which even named it the’ Caribbean’s Major Tourist Board’ for the 14th consecutive year, and the’ Caribbean’s Leading Destination’ for the 16th consecutive year, as well as the’ Caribbean’s Best Nature Destination’ and the’ Caribbean’s Best Adventure Tourism Destination.’ In contrast, Jamaica was awarded four silver 2021 Travvy Awards, including’ Best Destination, Caribbean/Bahamas,’ ‘ Best Culinary Destination –Caribbean,’ Best Travel Agent Academy Program,’, as well as a TravelAge West WAVE prize for’ International Tourism Board Providing the Best Vacation Advisor Support’ for a report- setting 10th time. Jamaica was named the 2020″ Destination of the Year for Sustainable Tourism” by the Pacific Area Travel Writers Association ( PATWA ). Jamaica was named the top Caribbean destination and the 14th best place in the world by TripAdvisor® in 2019. Some of the top hotels, monuments, and service providers in the world can be found in Jamaica, where they continue to enjoy widespread acclaim.
Visit the JTB’s site at website for information on upcoming special activities, attractions, and lodging in Jamaica. Visit jamaica.com or call 1 800 JAMAICA ( 1 800 526 2422 ) to get in touch with the Jamaica Tourist Board. On Instagram, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and YouTube, follow the JTB. Visit www to watch the JTB website. www.islandbuzzjamaica.com
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