DRIVEN by its commitment to providing air transportation within the Caribbean and to North America, Fly Jamaica Airways has acquired a second aircraft which, the airline says, it intends to put into service as soon as it gets all the regulatory approvals.
The Boeing 767 300ER adds to the Boeing 757 which the carrier now utilises to provide daily scheduled service to New York, Toronto, Guyana and Jamaica.
“We’re roughly flying 80 hours a week,” Captain Paul Ronald Reece, chairman and CEO, told the Jamaica Observer last week.
“We’re in for the long haul. The second plane is there to enhance our route structure, plus create new routes within the Caribbean and South America,” Captain Reece added.
“The plan is to have two 757s and two 767s, that’s the ultimate plan,” Reece said.
Published in the Jamaica Observer
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