Air Jamaica Flights To North America Cut By 50% In A Bid To Stem Losses

Cash-strapped Caribbean Airlines (CAL) has cut the number of flights of its Air Jamaica subsidiary by 50 per cent in a bid to stem multi-million-dollar losses at the national airline.

CAL has reduced the flight frequencies of Air Jamaica’s core schedule services from Kingston and Montego Bay, Jamaica, to North American destinations including Toronto, Canada and South Florida stops by as much as 50 per cent, but has not eliminated any flights altogether, airline sources confirmed yesterday (April 16, 2013).

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