Jamaica charter flights

Jamaica is an island in the West Indies, 90 mi (145 km) south of Cuba and 100 mi (161 km) west of Haiti. The island is made up of coastal lowlands, a limestone plateau, and the Blue Mountains, a group of volcanic hills, in the east. Most major towns and cities are located on the coast. Chief towns and cities include the capital Kingston, Portmore, Spanish Town, Mandeville, Ocho Rios, Port Antonio, and Montego Bay.

Jamaica is one of the most beautiful flight destinations in the Caribbean and is very popular year round. Visitors to Jamaica will fly into one of the two major airports; Kingston International Airport on the South coast and Montego Bay International Airport on the North West coast.

We offer a wide range of airport transfer services to all destination in Jamaica. You can choose from anyone of our ground transportation services including shared airport transfers, private airport transfers, airport taxi transfers and regular round trip airport transfers.

A flight to Jamaica will arrive in one of the two major airports: Donald Sangster International Airport (MBJ) in Montego Bay or Norman Manley Airport (KIN) in Kingston . Donald Sangster is the larger of the two. Generally, if you are staying in a resort hotel your flight to Jamaica will arrive in Montego Bay. From there you can take a shuttle, airplane, or taxi to Ocho Rios , Negril , or Port Antonio .

The largest carrier for Jamaica airline tickets is Air Jamaica. You can get a flight to Jamaica on Air Jamaica from over 25 destinations around the world. Because it operated most internal flights, Air Jamaica is a good choice for cheap airfare to Jamaica if you want to make a connecting flight within the country.

A flight to Jamaica will be more expensive during the high tourist season, which runs from mid-December to mid-April. Prices peak around Christmas and New Years. The best time for cheap flights to Jamaica is in the summer months. Costs can drop to about 60% of high season prices.

Exercise a high degree of caution in Jamaica due to the high level of violent crime and the state of emergency in St James Parish.

The Public Health Agency of Canada has issued advice for travellers on the Zika virus , recommending that Canadians practice special health precautions while travelling in affected countries. Pregnant women and those considering becoming pregnant should avoid travel to Jamaica. See Health for more information.

In response to a significant increase in violent crime, the Jamaican government extended, on March 18, 2018, the state of public emergency initially set for the St. James Parish - which includes Montego Bay. It now includes the St. Catherine Parish in Greater Kingston; with a focus on Spanish Town, Linstead and Bog Walk. Joint police-military forces have been deployed to these areas to conduct operations to address organized crime and gang activity and to restore public peace.