Caribbean Airlines Adds Montego Bay Flights for Major Reggae Festival
Jamaica’s Reggae Sumfest music festival is back again this year in July, and regional carrier Caribbean Airlines is planning a special push for the event.
Caribbean Airlines will be adding more flights from Barbados and Trinidad to Montego Bay, Jamaica in time for the festival, which runs from July 16 to July 22 in Montego Bay.
The event is easily the largest reggae festival in both Montego Bay and the wider Caribbean, now in its 30th year.
“This festival showcases the rich diversity of our music and culture, and we are proud to play a part in making it even more accessible to music lovers from across the region and beyond with these special services,” said Garvin Medera, chief executive officer of Caribbean Airlines, which is based in Port of Spain, Trinidad. “These flights will provide convenient and direct transportation to Reggae Sumfest, ensuring that fans can immerse themselves in the vibrant atmosphere of the festival.”
This year’s Reggae Sumfest will include reggae legends like Morgan Heritage, Freddie McGregor and stars like Gyptian, Masicka and Vanessa Bling, among others.