InterCaribbean Airways was yesterday scheduled to start offering flights originating from Kingston to Port-au-Prince, Haiti as part of its move to cross-link the Caribbean.
It’s the latest company to announce plans to fill vacant slots from inoperative airlines.
The carrier, in a news release Friday, said it was set to begin scheduled services yesterday between Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston, Jamaica and Port-au-Prince, Haiti, and also Port-au-Prince to Santo Domingo International Airport.
Published in the Jamaica Observer
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