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Doctor's Cave Beach in Montego Bay, Jamaica.

New Nonstop Flights from Canada to Montego Bay, Jamaica

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - September 1, 2023

Air carrier Canada Jetlines is launching a new route between Toronto and Montego Bay, Jamaica. 

On Nov. 5, the airline will launch weekend service between Toronto Pearson and Montego Bay’s Sangster International Airport.

Canada Jetlines will be operating the flight on its 174-seat Airbus A320 aircraft. 

In January, service will expand to three times per week. 

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A beach at the Half Moon resort in Jamaica.

The company is also expanding its service between Toronto and Cancun, with an increase to three flights each week beginning Oct. 6. That number will rise to four times each week in February. 

“We’re delighted to announce the expansion of our winter flight schedule, providing travelers with a wider range of options to escape the cold and experience unforgettable destinations and holiday options,” said Canada Jetlines CEO, Eddy Doyle. “With our expanded schedule and exceptional service, travelers can look forward to convenient and hassle-free journeys with Jetlines, to sought after destinations.”

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