As influx of tourists to Jamaica grows, Denver-based Frontier Airlines has added yet another route between the United States and the Caribbean touristic destination. Tampa is the airline’s most recent addition to its service.
This takes the airline’s total number of flights between the two nations to five.
Travelers may now begin their trip to Jamaica in one of five cities: Philadelphia, Miami, Orlando, Atlanta, and, debuting, Tampa.
It is no secret that Jamaica has experienced tremendous development this year alone. The Caribbean Island country has already attracted one million tourists, and we are only now entering the biggest travel season of the year.
Based on those figures, one might anticipate that Jamaica will continue to grow in popularity among US tourists.
Frontier is counting on Jamaica’s tourism industry’s strong performance and recognizes the possibility for more significant exposure to the island.
However, the flight will only be available twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays. Frontier will operate this route with their Airbus A320, which has a seating capacity of 186 passengers.
The journey between South Florida and Jamaica is only two hours long, and tickets are now available for as little as $84 one-way. A round-trip ticket in mid-July, when travel is at its zenith, costs roughly $215. Take note of the luggage costs are not included.
The fact that Frontier will be the only airline operating nonstop service from Tampa to Montego Bay is noteworthy, and it may possibly work very well in the airline’s advantage given the lack of direct competition.
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