The Jamaica Vacationer Board has confirmed that TUI UK will restart flights from the UK this Thursday as a part of its daylight saving time.
This follows an announcement that absolutely vaccinated Britons not have to self-quarantine when coming back from amber locations.
TUI UK will function a complete of 88 rotations this summer time with between 300-345 seats in every, all aboard the Dreamliner 787.
Edmund Bartlett, Jamaica’s tourism minister, mentioned: “TUI UK’s service is a welcome addition to the scheduled providers that already resumed from London to Jamaica in Could with Virgin Atlantic and British Airways, considerably rising arrivals capability from the UK.
“Since we reopened our borders in June of final 12 months, our island has continued to welcome guests safely and easily.
“We’re ready, we’re agile and resilient, and we’ve got been meticulous with preparations for guests in a post-Covid-19 world.
“Jamaica’s tourism sector continues to steer the restoration efforts of the island’s economic system, and I’m inspired that we’re making regular progress in the direction of a full restoration of our sector.”
TUI UK will function six weekly flights from the UK to Jamaica: two weekly flights from Manchester to Montego Bay (beginning Thursday and working Thursday and Sunday), three weekly flights from London Gatwick to Montego Bay (beginning this Friday and working Friday , Monday and Tuesday) and a weekly flight from Birmingham to Montego Bay (beginning Saturday and working each Saturday).
Donovan White, tourism director for the Jamaica Tourism Board, mentioned: “We’re delighted that TUI is able to carry vacationers again from the UK safely and effectively to our shores this summer time.
“British guests can count on a really heat Jamaican greeting after they begin touring once more and might stay up for celebrating Jamaican music and tradition with us, experiencing our distinctive choices and discovering unimaginable delicacies.
“We’re wanting ahead to creating journey come true once more and we’re delighted to take action in partnership with TUI.”