Air Jamaica is making travel to the Caribbean very affordable this winter with its “Blowout Fare Sale.” For one week only, Air Jamaica passengers can take advantage of a special up to thirty percent blowout sale. These spectacular sale fares are valid on every seat, from every gateway to every destination where Air Jamaica flies throughout the Caribbean, including their Lovebird Executive seats. This sale makes it a great time to fly Air Jamaica!

These special fares will be available starting Monday, October 27 for a limited period so customers are encouraged to act fast to benefit from these savings. Sale fare prices are valid for purchase at through November 3, 2008.

“Given the current economic conditions facing today’s travelers, these low fares could not be offered at a better time. It’s a great time to fly Air Jamaica, as our passengers continue to enjoy not only low fares, but great amenities at no charge for two checked bags up to 50 pounds each, complimentary in-flight meals, beverages and movies,” says George deMercado, Air Jamaica’s Senior Sales Executive. “Air Jamaica offers value beyond just the price.”

Passengers taking advantage of these unbelievable fares may travel between October 28, 2008 and March 31, 2009 with blackouts for holiday periods including Thanksgiving, Christmas and President’s Day. . Fares are available one-way for travel in Lovebird Economy or Lovebird Executive class by booking online

For further information or reservations, visit the website at

About Air Jamaica:

Air Jamaica provides more non-stop flights to Jamaica than any other carrier with more than 300 flights per week from Atlanta, Baltimore/Washington, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, Los Angeles, Miami, New York (JFK), Orlando, and Philadelphia in the United States; Toronto in Canada; Air Jamaica also offers daily non-stop service between New York (JFK) and Barbados and the only nonstop service between JFK and Grenada. Air Jamaica also offers intra-regional service with flights between Jamaica and the Bahamas, Barbados, Curacao, Grand Cayman and Grenada.



Source: Rudder Finn, Inc.