Frontier Airlines begins direct flights between Miami and Montego Bay
There will also be connections to Jamaica from Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Newark and Philadelphia
Low-fare carrier Frontier Airlines today begins nonstop flights between Miami and one of the Caribbean's top destinations: Montego Bay, Jamaica, the sixth country on Frontier's route map. Additionally, this new route opens up convenient round-trip connections to Jamaica from Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Newark, and Philadelphia.
"We are delighted to launch nonstop flights from Miami to Montego Bay just in time for the summer vacation," said Daniel Shurz, Senior Vice President of Business Operations for Frontier Airlines. "The addition of Jamaica pushes Frontier's robust network map to 33 nonstop routes from MIA, our largest summer program in Miami. We look forward to welcoming travelers on board for an unforgettable trip to Jamaica this summer to explore. its wonderful culture, activities and photographs. perfect views. "
"Congratulations to Frontier on the launch of the first of many new routes that will begin serving MIA this summer, which will help further strengthen the ongoing recovery of our local tourism industry," said the Miami-Dade County Mayor. , Daniella Levine Cava. "I am also extremely pleased to see additional flights to and from Jamaica, a country with which we share so many cultural ties and one of the busiest destinations for our Miami-Dade County residents and visitors."
"We applaud Frontier for its strong and continued flight expansion at MIA," said Lester Sola, MIA Director and CEO. "Jamaica generates a total of more than half a million passengers to and from MIA annually, making it our 13th busiest market. We look forward to welcoming more of those passengers back to our airport, thanks to this additional service to Montego Bay. By Frontier ".
"With the growing demand for travel, there could not be a better time to launch this new direct service from Miami to Montego Bay, Jamaica's thriving tourism capital," said Jamaica's Minister of Tourism Hon Edmund Bartlett. "We are pleased to welcome Frontier and its passengers to our island, which will bode well for our arrivals and earnings."
"Jamaica is bustling with activity and we are ready to welcome travelers to our beautiful island nation to experience its unrivaled offerings," added Jamaica's Director of Tourism Donovan White. "The summer travel season is an ideal time to reconnect with family and friends, and we are excited to welcome visitors from all walks of life to create new memories in Jamaica."