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BOS — MBJ
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Flights to Jamaica in 2024

Find the latest flights to Jamaica in 2024, with up-to-date prices and availability. In the last 7 days, Cheapflights users made a total of 2,689,020 searches and data was last updated on July 18, 2024.

Popular in

December

Cheapest in

September

Average price

$508

Round-trip from

$315

One-way from

$125
High demand for flights, 4% potential price rise
Best time to find cheap flights, 3% potential price drop
Average for round-trip flights in July 2024
From New York to Montego Bay Sangster Intl
One-way flight from New York to Jamaica

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Cheap flights to Jamaica in July & August 2024

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Cheap flights to Montego Bay
Tue 8/205:00 amEWR - MBJ
1 stop8h 29mSpirit Airlines
Tue 8/271:42 pmMBJ - EWR
1 stop19h 35mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/17$345
Sun 8/45:00 amEWR - MBJ
1 stop7h 41mSpirit Airlines
Wed 8/211:42 pmMBJ - EWR
1 stop8h 33mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/17$348
Fri 8/1610:59 amLGA - MBJ
1 stop27h 01mFrontier
Sun 8/254:01 pmMBJ - LGA
2 stops29h 59mFrontier
Deal found 7/17$360
Sat 8/246:00 amLGA - MBJ
1 stop9h 49mSpirit Airlines
Sat 9/71:40 pmMBJ - LGA
1 stop8h 20mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/16$363
Sun 8/46:22 amLGA - MBJ
1 stop6h 19mSpirit Airlines
Sat 8/103:55 pmMBJ - LGA
1 stop14h 43mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/17$365
Sun 8/45:00 amEWR - MBJ
1 stop7h 41mSpirit Airlines
Wed 8/211:42 pmMBJ - EWR
2 stops21h 29mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/17$366
Sun 8/46:22 amLGA - MBJ
1 stop6h 19mMultiple Airlines
Thu 8/154:01 pmMBJ - LGA
1 stop16h 59mMultiple Airlines
Deal found 7/17$369
Sat 8/3110:59 amJFK - MBJ
1 stop13h 00mJetBlue
Sun 9/811:04 amMBJ - JFK
Nonstop3h 45mJetBlue
Deal found 7/17$372
Mon 8/266:30 amLGA - MBJ
1 stop6h 59mSpirit Airlines
Sat 10/262:02 pmMBJ - LGA
1 stop8h 12mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/17$372
Cheap flights to Kingston
Tue 8/206:46 pmLGA - KIN
1 stop15h 07mSpirit Airlines
Tue 9/1012:17 pmKIN - LGA
1 stop9h 43mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/17$335
Tue 8/206:46 pmLGA - KIN
1 stop15h 07mSpirit Airlines
Tue 9/1010:17 amKIN - LGA
1 stop11h 43mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/16$337
Tue 8/276:46 pmLGA - KIN
1 stop15h 07mSpirit Airlines
Tue 9/1710:17 amKIN - LGA
1 stop11h 43mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/16$349
Tue 8/66:30 amLGA - KIN
1 stop5h 40mSpirit Airlines
Thu 8/159:53 amKIN - LGA
1 stop12h 09mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/16$351
Wed 8/215:59 pmEWR - KIN
1 stop15h 54mSpirit Airlines
Mon 9/910:17 amKIN - EWR
1 stop11h 42mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/16$352
Tue 8/66:30 amLGA - KIN
1 stop5h 40mSpirit Airlines
Thu 8/1512:11 pmKIN - LGA
1 stop9h 51mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/16$352
Tue 8/136:30 amLGA - KIN
1 stop5h 40mSpirit Airlines
Wed 8/2112:11 pmKIN - LGA
1 stop9h 51mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/17$354
Wed 8/215:59 pmEWR - KIN
1 stop15h 54mSpirit Airlines
Sun 8/259:53 amKIN - EWR
1 stop6h 06mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/17$356
Mon 8/196:46 pmLGA - KIN
1 stop15h 07mSpirit Airlines
Mon 8/269:53 amKIN - LGA
1 stop12h 09mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/16$356

Jamaica 2024 flight deals

Explore flight deals for Jamaica in 2024, offering the best prices and options to suit your preferences. In the last 7 days, Cheapflights users made a total of 2,689,020 searches and data were last updated on July 18, 2024.
These are some of the best deals we've found on flights to Jamaica in 2024 at this time. More deals are always being added, so be sure to check back regularly.
Fri 9/612:59 pmEWR - MBJ
1 stop26h 43mSpirit Airlines
Sun 9/81:40 pmMBJ - EWR
1 stop20h 45mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/17$315
Fri 9/68:33 amJFK - MBJ
Nonstop4h 10mDelta
Thu 9/121:14 pmMBJ - JFK
Nonstop4h 11mDelta
Deal found 7/17$333
Tue 9/178:31 amEWR - MBJ
Nonstop4h 01mUnited Airlines
Wed 10/212:52 pmMBJ - EWR
Nonstop3h 58mUnited Airlines
Deal found 7/17$333
Wed 9/45:59 pmLGA - MBJ
1 stop13h 58mFrontier
Tue 9/108:07 amMBJ - LGA
1 stop24h 59mFrontier
Deal found 7/16$335
Tue 9/1010:56 amLGA - MBJ
1 stop21h 01mFrontier
Sun 9/158:07 amMBJ - LGA
1 stop24h 59mFrontier
Deal found 7/16$337
Sun 11/176:30 pmJFK - MBJ
1 stop15h 48mAmerican Airlines
Wed 11/201:07 pmMBJ - JFK
Nonstop3h 53mAmerican Airlines
Deal found 7/16$338

One-way flights to Jamaica

Explore one-way flight options to Jamaica for greater flexibility in your travel plans. Find up-to-date pricing and availability for one-way flights. In the last 7 days, Cheapflights users made a total of 2,689,020 searches and data was last updated on July 18, 2024.
Consider booking one of these one-way flights heading to Jamaica. If you're in need of a round-trip flight to Jamaica instead, make sure to update the search form at the top of page.
Sun 7/286:22 amLGA - MBJ
1 stop6h 19mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/17$126
Tue 8/206:46 pmLGA - KIN
1 stop15h 07mSpirit Airlines
Deal found 7/17$125

Find flights to Jamaica within your budget

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Price

NewarkMontego Bay Sangster Intl

EWR - MBJ

EWRMBJ

Newark

Fri 9/6

1 stop26h 43m

Montego Bay Sangster Intl

Sun 9/8

1 stop20h 45m

$315

New York John F Kennedy IntlMontego Bay Sangster Intl

JFK - MBJ

JFKMBJ

New York John F Kennedy Intl

Fri 9/6

Nonstop4h 10m

Montego Bay Sangster Intl

Thu 9/12

Nonstop4h 11m

$333

NewarkMontego Bay Sangster Intl

EWR - MBJ

EWRMBJ

Newark

Tue 9/17

Nonstop4h 01m

Montego Bay Sangster Intl

Wed 10/2

Nonstop3h 58m

$333

New York LaGuardiaMontego Bay Sangster Intl

LGA - MBJ

LGAMBJ

New York LaGuardia

Wed 9/4

1 stop13h 58m

Montego Bay Sangster Intl

Tue 9/10

1 stop24h 59m

$335

New York John F Kennedy IntlMontego Bay Sangster Intl

JFK - MBJ

JFKMBJ

New York John F Kennedy Intl

Sun 11/17

1 stop15h 48m

Montego Bay Sangster Intl

Wed 11/20

Nonstop3h 53m

$338

NewarkMontego Bay Sangster Intl

EWR - MBJ

EWRMBJ

Newark

Sat 9/28

Nonstop3h 49m

Montego Bay Sangster Intl

Sat 10/5

Nonstop3h 54m

$353

New York LaGuardiaMontego Bay Sangster Intl

LGA - MBJ

LGAMBJ

New York LaGuardia

Tue 9/3

1 stop6h 59m

Montego Bay Sangster Intl

Mon 9/9

1 stop24h 59m

$367

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Temperature and rainfall in Jamaica by month

Plan your trip to Jamaica by taking into account the average temperature and rainfall totals by month.

MBJ

Temperature

77 - 82.4 °F

If weather is an important factor for your trip to Jamaica, use this chart to help with planning. For those seeking warmer temperatures, July is the ideal time of year to visit, when temperatures reach an average of 82.4 F. Travelers looking to avoid the cold should look outside of January, when temperatures are typically at their lowest (around 77.0 F).

When is the best time to book a flight to Jamaica?

Use this chart to determine the optimal time to book a round-trip flight to Jamaica. Price data was last updated on July 12, 2024.

Regardless of what time of year you are planning to visit you should aim to book your flights to Jamaica at least three months in advance, if not more if you can. Even during the off season, you will struggle to find the cheapest flights to Jamaica if you don’t book early enough in advance. Although the off season means fewer crowds, travelers may not see a reduction in room rates as many hotels reduce their services during this time. If you are flexible, then you’ll have the best chance of securing cheap flight tickets and can find some good deals too. If you decide to fly into Montego Bay (Sangster International) then try to sit on the right hand side of the plane for the best views as you descend.

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Reviews of airlines servicing Jamaica

Get insights into the airlines that provide service to Jamaica. Read reviews, discover amenities, and learn about the overall travel experience offered by airlines. Use this information to make informed decisions when choosing an airline for your flight to Jamaica. Reviews last updated July 18, 2024.
To help decide which airline to fly to Jamaica, see what other customers have to say about United Airlines, JetBlue and Frontier. Reviews also offer insight into each airline's entertainment options, comfort, food, crew/service, and boarding process.
8.0
Very good
9,762 reviews

Crew

8.6

Entertainment

8.0

Food

7.4

Overall

8.0

Boarding

8.2

Comfort

7.9

Reviews

1 / 10

In the boarding area at La Guardia, there are charging stations for electronics but the electric outlets do not work on many of the stations.

8.0
Very good
9,762 reviews
8.0
Very good
9,762 reviews

Crew

8.6

Entertainment

8.0

Food

7.4

Overall

8.0

Boarding

8.2

Comfort

7.9

Reviews

1 / 10

In the boarding area at La Guardia, there are charging stations for electronics but the electric outlets do not work on many of the stations.

8.0
Very good
175 reviews
8.0
Very good
9,762 reviews

Crew

8.6

Entertainment

8.0

Food

7.4

Overall

8.0

Boarding

8.2

Comfort

7.9

Reviews

1 / 10

In the boarding area at La Guardia, there are charging stations for electronics but the electric outlets do not work on many of the stations.

7.9
Good
1,427 reviews
8.0
Very good
9,762 reviews

Crew

8.6

Entertainment

8.0

Food

7.4

Overall

8.0

Boarding

8.2

Comfort

7.9

Reviews

1 / 10

In the boarding area at La Guardia, there are charging stations for electronics but the electric outlets do not work on many of the stations.

7.9
Good
2,288 reviews
8.0
Very good
9,762 reviews

Crew

8.6

Entertainment

8.0

Food

7.4

Overall

8.0

Boarding

8.2

Comfort

7.9

Reviews

1 / 10

In the boarding area at La Guardia, there are charging stations for electronics but the electric outlets do not work on many of the stations.

7.6
Good
4,045 reviews
8.0
Very good
9,762 reviews

Crew

8.6

Entertainment

8.0

Food

7.4

Overall

8.0

Boarding

8.2

Comfort

7.9

Reviews

1 / 10

In the boarding area at La Guardia, there are charging stations for electronics but the electric outlets do not work on many of the stations.

Jamaica Travel Guide

Booking flights to Jamaica? You made the right decision. The sound of Reggae, the feeling of the white sand beaches between your toes, bikini-clad days and tank-top nights – it’s no wonder millions of tourists continue to fly to Jamaica every year. The third largest island in the Caribbean, Jamaica is divided into fourteen parishes and has a lot to offer its visitors. Jamaica’s economy thrives on agriculture, mining, manufacturing, finance and of course, tourism. 

The beaches in Jamaica are beautiful, and many come to the country to stay at an all-inclusive resort (a concept the island pioneered) for a relaxing vacation in places like Ocho Rios, Negril, and Montego Bay. For those seeking adventure, Jamaica offers a wealth of activities from diving on Caribbean reefs to zip-lining, and even dogsledding. The nightlife is exciting and bustling in many cities in Jamaica, and every whim is catered for. Jamaica has also become a popular place for couples in love to get married and, without wasting any time, honeymoon on the beach for a couple of weeks.

Away from the all-inclusive resorts, what some would call the “real” Jamaica exists – with a friendly and generous people, mouthwatering cuisine and a wild variety of fruits including the ortanique, unique to Jamaica, a cross between a tangerine and an orange. Kingston, on the east coast, is the capital, and the center of government, business and the cultural scene.

There are some “beware” factors that visitors booking Jamaica flights and hotels should be aware of however, as it remains an island of widespread crime. Tourists flying to Jamaica are advised to be aware of their surroundings, and to not head off the beaten path. Still, the over 2.5 million people who call Jamaica home welcome tourists with open arms. It’s also not uncommon for tourists booking airline tickets to Jamaica to come across some of the island’s alternative beliefs. Some Jamaicans still regard ganja (otherwise known as marijuana) as a sacred plant and believe in its healing power.

Whether your Jamaica flight takes you to a remote hut or a lavish resort, there’s much to see and do on this island. Or, just sit back and relax. After all, you’re in Jamaica, Mon. Here are some tips to help you plan your trip to this beautiful island.

How to get around the island of Jamaica

There are three international airports in Jamaica, with Sangster International (MBJ) in Montego Bay and Norman Manley International (KIN) in Kingston being the most popular. Here are a few tips for getting to where you need to go from each of these two airports.

Sangster International Airport:

Once your flight to Jamaica arrives and you’ve gone through customs and baggage claim, you’ll need to find a way to get to the city center. There are two separate taxi firms that operate from outside of the arrivals Terminal but they won’t be cheap so it’s best to either avoid or only travel if there are a couple of you to split the fare. The best option is a transfer to your hotel so once you’ve booked your flights to Jamaica start enquiring and researching which hotels provide transfers to and from the airport as this will save you a lot of time and money.

Norman Manley International Airport:

There are a couple of options to get you into the center of the capital. You can get a bus directly to the city and it runs all throughout the day. Traveling to the city is easy thanks to the frequency of the buses and the price is cheap too. You can also opt for a taxi from outside of the airport. They are a lot more expensive but if you have a lot of baggage or if you don’t care for a bus journey then they could be your next best bet. Lastly, once you’ve secured your flight tickets it is worth enquiring if your hotel provides free transfers to and from the airport.

After you’ve gotten to where you need to go, renting a car gives travelers the independence to see the country on their own terms, though one must be very cautious if choosing to go this route. Be safe and aware of your surroundings, and don’t go off the beaten path. Traveling in groups is also recommended. If going sightseeing to places like Dunn’s River Falls or Kingston, it might be best to book a tour with many of the reputable vendors that operate on the island.

Bus is one of the cheapest ways of getting around Jamaica, and may suit travelers without a strict deadline. Taxis are an option as well, but be sure to negotiate a fare with the driver before taking off.

Tips for your stay in Jamaica

  • It’s not the cheapest option, but if you have saved money with cheap flights to Jamaica, a stay at James Bond author Ian Fleming’s Goldeneye estate would be a vacation to remember.
  • Another Bond-related treat is Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee. It was Fleming’s favorite and became Bond’s choice too. Only the coffee grown above 3,000 feet can be called Blue Mountain.
  • It’s certainly not a budget option but Strawberry Hill, a plantation-style hilltop retreat, is a great base for coffee expeditions. Further up the mountains is Twyman’s Old Tavern Estate, a family-owned business that grows, processes and produces Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee.
  • In Ocho Rios, swim with dolphins at Dolphin Cove. You can also swim with stingrays at Stingray City on James Bond Beach in Oracabessa, twenty-five minutes east of Ocho Rios.
  • Scotchies in Montego Bay serves the best jerk chicken and jerk pork in Jamaica, all washed down with some Red Stripe beer. Dishes are cheap and delicious.
  • The Bob Marley Museum in Kingston is a must-see. There’s a cafe there too, Bob’s Cafe, that serves his favorite dish – irie (oxtail) stew.

Finding Flights from Jamaica

When you’re ready to leave Jamaica and explore more of the world, Cheapflights can help with that as well. Delta, Jet Blue, American Airlines, Air Canada and Caribbean Airlines are popular carriers who fly out of Jamaican airports, including Kingston Normal Manley International Airport (KIN), Ian Fleming International Airport (IFIA) and Sangster International Airport (MBJ).

Here are some popular routes from Jamaica, where you will find cheap flight deals:

Flights from Jamaica to London

Flights from Jamaica to New York

Flights from Jamaica to Florida

Booked a flight from Jamaica? Whether you’re in Montego Bay, Saint Mary Parish, or Kingston, you may be able to take a transfer directly from the resort or hotel to the appropriate airport. If not, you can book private transfers or shuttle transfers with many area transportation companies. If hailing a taxi, be sure to use a red plate taxi with a meter. A JUTA (Jamaican Union Taxi Association) is also an option, but pricier, with per-passenger fees. Be sure to arrive at the airport at least two hours early, as you would for any international flight.

Once you choose a destination and departure city, be sure to check out our Jamaica airport guides for detailed travel information and helpful tips.

  • What’s the weather like in Jamaica?

    The temperature in Jamaica averages out into the 80’s (Fahrenheit) all year round. Winters – December to March – are a little cooler thanks to trade winds but have little rain. The dry season runs from towards the end of November through April. It’s much warmer in the summer, as July and August can get uncomfortably hot. Hurricanes rarely hit Jamaica, but hurricane season runs from June through November, with September and October being the months that historically are most likely to experience one. September and October also happen to be the rainiest months on the island, with May being Jamaica’s other rainy season. It’s also quite humid in September and October.

  • When is the best time to fly to Jamaica?

    Peak Season: The busiest time of year is from December to April where the weather is still warm with little rain. A lot of festivals take place during this time, and Spring Break is big in Jamaica as well. Be sure to book your flights to Jamaica well in advance to avoid overpaying for your flight tickets. Carnival is hugely popular and you’ll struggle to find cheap flights to Jamaica around the weeks it is on. It takes place in March and April depending on whereabouts in Jamaica you are planning to visit. The summer will also see a fair amount of vacationers as well due to the hot temperatures in June, July and August (with August being the hottest), while others may be turned off by the sizzling weather. July typically sees the least amount of rain of these months. All three fall within the hurricane season, though historically, you are more likely to see a hurricane in September or October. Off Season: As soon as the peak season finishes in mid-April there is a noticeable drop in tourism until December comes back around again. Cheap flights to Jamaica are a lot easier to find, with some flight tickets available at up to 60% off the peak season alternatives. September and October are typically the least visited months of the year, due to the amount of rainfall they receive historically and the risk of a hurricane. Certain events such as the Reggae Sumfest around late July do cause flights to Jamaica to shoot up in price so secure your flight tickets early to avoid disappointment.

  • How long is the flight to Jamaica?

    When you head to Jamaica for your dream vacation, the time you spend in the air may seem like a lifetime. However, with a convenient nonstop flight, your arrival on the sandy beaches of Montego Bay, for instance, is six hours from Los Angeles, five hours from Denver, four hours from Chicago, three hours from Washington, D.C. and slightly over three hours from New York City.

  • Which airlines fly to Jamaica?

    Delta, American, United and Southwest are four of the largest airlines with hubs in major U.S. cities that fly regularly to Jamaica, so pick your favorite carrier and book your flight. Be sure to check with your carrier, however, to determine extra charges for baggage because a trip to the Caribbean requires a fair amount of clothing and accessories.

  • What should you pack for a flight to Jamaica?

    Your trip to Jamaica is a vacation away from the normal wear and tear of everyday living, but there are some important things to bring with you when traveling. Along with your passport, plane ticket and a picture ID, include your ATM card, health insurance information, emergency phone numbers, medications and a good book in your carry-on bag. If your trip to Jamaica focuses around sapphire blue water, sandy beaches and balmy weather, be sure to bring clothing that is lightweight and breathable. Summer temps in Jamaica hit the high 90’s, so be sure to bring shorts, sundresses, cotton shirts, sunglasses and a hat to protect against sunburn. Many restaurants have a dress code, so a comfortable dress for ladies and casual slacks for men are a must. If you suffer from allergies, pack your epi pen as a hospital may be hard to find in your location. Other sundries like sun protection and bug spray are easy to purchase on the island. Pack your suitcase with at least two swimsuits if you plan on snorkeling or swimming at the beach. Bring an old pair of sneakers to protect your feet during water sports, and don’t forget a beach bag. A knapsack is a helpful carryall on island excursions. The rainy season falls between May and October/November, making a raincoat or jacket appropriate if you travel during this time or stay in the mountainous areas where the weather is a bit cooler, especially in the evening. Most places in Jamaica accept U.S. currency, so bring some small bills, such as fives and tens, for miscellaneous purchases and tips. If you have room, pack your entertainment devices. When you travel from the United States to Jamaica a plug adapter is not necessary. The most important thing to bring on your Jamaican vacation is an attitude of relaxation. Plan on some great food, white sands and fantastic music for a vacation memory to last a lifetime.

  • What are some things to do in Jamaica?

    There is so much to see and do in Jamaica. From the lush beaches to the many historical sites, and from zip-lining in a rainforest to tubing down the White River, the island has something for everyone. Adventurers, water enthusiasts, history buffs, and lazy beach bums will never want to leave. Kingston has the best of local art, theater, and dance, and it is said that Reggae was born here. In fact, you’ll find the Bob Marley Museum located in Kingston, dedicated to the island’s famous son. The nightlife is sophisticated and sizzling, and Kingston has excellent festivals, museums, galleries, historic buildings, and, of course, beaches. Crime is a serious problem in Kingston however; exercise common sense, don’t walk around at night, and use only licensed taxis or hotel-recommended transportation. Montego Bay is Jamaica’s busiest cruise pier and first choice for visitors. The ten-mile shoreline is fronted with coral reefs and blue lagoons and backed with lush green hills. The main tourist area, Gloucester Avenue, sees lots of visitors, shoppers, and hustlers. Active in tourism since 1924, MoBay attractions include bird watching, golfing, music festivals, exciting nightlife, and historic houses. And did we mention the stunning beaches? Popular with American hippies in the 1970’s, Negril remains free-spirited and best known for its overtly risqué resorts, seven miles of pristine beach, water sport facilities, music, discos and clubs, and the best sunsets on the island. Be sure not to miss the cliff diving at Rick’s Café, too. A fast-growing resort area, Negril is still laid back with prude and nude beaches, a relaxed interaction between tourists and locals, and tropical charm. The first Jamaican town specifically developed as a resort, Ocho Rios (Ochi) is dedicated to fun, sun, and tourists. There’s lots of shopping, bars, and visitor-oriented restaurants. For a day off from the beach, try a follow-the-leader climb up Dunn’s River Falls or a visit to Prospect Plantation, Cranbrook Flower Forest, Green Grotto Caves, Fern Gully, or Bob Marley’s former home. The quiet haven of Port Antonio has some of the finest beaches in Jamaica, excellent deep-sea fishing, and several of the most expensive yachts sailing the Caribbean. Port Antonio is the greenest parish in Jamaica, known for its many rivers and waterfalls. Long a favorite hideaway haven of celebrities, it’s also a retreat for eco tourists and European travelers who come for the bamboo rafting, rain forest hiking, scuba diving, surfing and snorkeling.

  • Can I find cheaper flights to Jamaica if I am willing to have layovers?

    Yes, flights with layovers are often cheaper than direct flights. Keep an eye out for flight deals to Jamaica on Cheapflights that require 1 or 2 stops for potential cost savings.

  • What is the best airline to fly to Jamaica?

    Based on reviews from Cheapflights users, Frontier is rated the highest out of the airlines that fly to Jamaica.

  • What is the cheapest airport to fly to in Jamaica?

    Kingston Norman Manley is currently the cheapest airport to fly to in Jamaica. One-way flights to Kingston Norman Manley typically cost $82, while round-trip flights cost around $126.

  • How much is a round-trip flight to Jamaica?

    A round-trip flight to Jamaica will typically cost around $364, however they can be found for as little as $126.

  • Where does the fastest flight to Jamaica depart from?

    For those looking to save time traveling to Jamaica, Fort Lauderdale offers the quickest one-way flight (1 hour 42 minutes).

  • Which airport is closest to Fort Montego?

    If being close to Fort Montego is important to you, you’ll want to land at Montego Bay Sangster Intl Airport.

  • Does Montego Bay Sangster Intl have rental cars?

    Yes. Those touching down at Montego Bay Sangster Intl can take advantage of the rental car services offered upon their arrival.

  • Are there hotels close to Montego Bay Sangster Intl?

    Yes. Montego Bay Sangster Intl has hotels nearby for those requiring accommodations. Villa Panorama is the closest property to Montego Bay Sangster Intl (0.0 mi away from Montego Bay Sangster Intl).

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