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Jamaica gives WestJet a warm welcome

Jamaica gives WestJet a warm welcomeJamaica provided a warm welcome for the passengers arriving on WestJet’s inaugural flight from Toronto to Kingston, Jamaica recently. Officials from the Jamaica Tourist Board and the Airports Authority of Jamaica were on hand at Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston to greet the carrier’s sold out — both ways, in fact — inaugural flight to the popular Caribbean island. WestJet is operating service to Kingston three times a week — on Mondays, Fridays and Sundays. Seen here, from l to r, are Earl Anthony Richards, president of the Airports Authority of Jamaica and CEO, NMIA Airports. John Lynch, Jamaica’s director of tourism. Jennifer Sanford, media relations advisor for WestJet. Dennis Morrison, chairman of the Airports Authority of Jamaica and chairman of the Jamaica Tourist Board. Mark Brown, vice-president, guest services, WestJet. the Hon. Dr. Wykeham McNeill, Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism and Entertainment. Senator Angela Brown-Burke, Mayor of Kingston and St. Andrew. the Hon. Dr. Morais Guy, Minister without portfolio in the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing. Carrole Guntley, Director General, Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment. and the Hon. Richard Azan, Minister of State in the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing. (Photo provided courtesy of Eddie Grant).

 

 

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