American Airlines Launches Flights to Jamaica’s Ian Fleming Airport

American Airlines launched its nonstop service from Miami International Airport to Ian Fleming International Airport in Boscobel this week in Jamaica.  

American is the only U.S. airline serving Ocho Rios. According to Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) officials, the additional flights offer “more convenient access to the northern and eastern parts of [Jamaica]”.  

We are extremely pleased to see American Airlines, our largest airline partner, continue to expand their service to Jamaica by now flying into all three of our international airports  

The new flights are well-timed to support our stopover arrivals growth during this peak winter season, which we are projecting to be the best we’ve ever recorded.  

American will fly 76-seat Embraer 175s between Miami International Airport and Ian Fleming Airport on Wednesdays and Saturdays.  

American presently operates over 100 weekly flights to Jamaica, including Miami-Kingston and Montego Bay.  

Welcoming this new U.S. service into Ocho Rios is a historic moment for Jamaica,” said JTB tourism director Donovan White. White stated

We are very grateful to American Airlines and anticipate that the new flights will help attract even more visitors to experience our destination's unique tourism product.