Airports in Jamaica
Norman Manley International Airport
Located in Kingston, use this airport if you’re visiting the capital city, Port Antonio or heading to the beautiful Blue Mountains. Efficient transport can be arranged to take you to the domestic airport in Kingston, Tinson Pen, where flights are available to other parts of the island. Car rentals, taxi services and tour operators are located in the Arrivals Ground Transportation Hall to help you get to your destination, safely and happily. For more information, just visit http://www.nmia.aero/flash
Sangster International Airport
Located in Montego Bay, most tourists land here. It's the better port of entrance if you're headed to Montego Bay, Ocho Rios or Negril. In addition to international terminals, this airport has a domestic terminal with local flights that depart regularly to Kingston, Negril, Port Antonio and Ocho Rios. Taxis, hotel shuttles and car rental companies are available to help you get to your final destination. For more information, just visit http://mbjairport.com
Ian Fleming International Airport
Our newest international airport, the Ian Fleming International Airport, is located in the Ocho Rios resort area. It is a convenient entry point to Jamaica's north coast for small aircraft. Many of Jamaica's renowned villas and resorts are only minutes away. For your convenience, car rentals, taxi services and shuttles are easily arranged.
VIP Airport Services
Start your dream holiday in style with fast track and personalized VIP Meet & Greet services at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston (KIN) and the Sangster International (MBJ) in Montego Bay. With complimentary WiFi service, refreshments and free telephone calls to the USA, Canada and UK landlines, you’ll already feel Jamaica’s warm hospitality. A suite of services is available to arriving and departing passengers. For more information visit http://www.vipattractions.com
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