Fly Jamaica starts its certification phase

Fly Jamaica (Kingston) ferried this Boeing 757-200 to Jamaica on March 17 from Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood according to this report by The Gleaner. The new carrier is now undergoing the document and demonstration evaluation phase with the Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority (JCAA) prior to receiving its Air Operators Certificate (AOC). The new airline has proved it is majority owned by Jamaicans. The upstart plans to fly to Georgetown, Guyana, New York (JFK) and Toronto (Pearson).

The company will also need FAA approvals.

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3 thoughts on “Fly Jamaica starts its certification phase

  1. Veron Wright

    I am looking forward to Fly Jamaica. We need a airline that caters to our country and will be profitable to our people in the way of cheaper airfare.I am so excited, I can’t wait for my first flight. Hopefully this summer.I keep checking on a daily basis as soon as tickets go on sale I will be one of the first to purchase my family tickets.Good Luck.

  2. LB

    In NY We’ve all been wait and watching the count down to start buying our tickets. We know you are having delays but we will keep on watching and waiting . we will pray for you.

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