Effective July 1, 2022, Caribbean Airlines will offer its customers in Kingston, Jamaica increased travel options to fly to Florida with the introduction of two destinations.
The Caribbean’s largest airline is bringing back its service between Norman Manley International Airport (KIN) and Orlando (MCO) with a two-per-week operation (Monday and Thursday). These flights are complemented by service between Kingston (KIN) and Fort Lauderdale (FLL) with three flights per week (Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday).
Kingston – Orlando
- Flight BW 75 KIN 07:45 – MCO 10:55
- Flight BW 74 MCO 12:55 – KIN 14:00
Kingston – Fort Lauderdale
- Flight BW 31 KIN 08:05 – FLL 10:55
- Flight BW 30 FLL 12:55 – KIN 13:35
All flights will be operated in Boeing 737-800 NG with 150 seats in two classes (12 Business Class/138 Economy). Tickets are already available from the company’s website and travel agencies.
From Jamaica, Caribbean Airlines will be offering four non-stop routes to the United States for the 2022 summer season. In addition to its announced services to Florida, the airline operates flights from Kingston (KIN) and Montego Bay (MBJ) to New York (JFK) on 160-seat Boeing 737-8s.
The airline’s Florida expansion complements its current operations from its main hub in Port of Spain (POS) to Miami (MIA), Orlando (MCO) and Fort Lauderdale (FLL).
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