Cheap flights from New York (NYC) to Jamaica

NYC — MBJ
Feb 12 — Feb 191

What is the cheapest month to fly from New York to Jamaica?

Due to multiple factors, expect to potentially pay more when booking in July. For low rates, March can be a great choice for travel to Jamaica. Flights to Jamaica from New York in March are about $507 on average during March, but can be found for as low as $264.

When is the cheapest time to fly from New York to Jamaica (NYC - JM)?

Regardless of the time of day you decide to fly, the ticket price will remain around the same. Book flights from New York to Jamaica as you normally would.

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Reviews of Airlines Servicing Jamaica

Delta
7.9
Good
2,076 reviews

Comfort

7.9

Food

7.2

Crew

8.5

Overall

7.9

Boarding

8.0

Entertainment

7.8

Reviews

1 / 10

Seats uncomfortablly small for premium economy. They were old and the leg rest I'd not work. Breakfast was patheti. A bottle of activa and some sort of package cske

Delta
7.9
Good
2,076 reviews
Delta
7.9
Good
2,076 reviews

Comfort

7.9

Food

7.2

Crew

8.5

Overall

7.9

Boarding

8.0

Entertainment

7.8

Reviews

1 / 10

Seats uncomfortablly small for premium economy. They were old and the leg rest I'd not work. Breakfast was patheti. A bottle of activa and some sort of package cske

JetBlue
7.7
Good
387 reviews
Delta
7.9
Good
2,076 reviews

Comfort

7.9

Food

7.2

Crew

8.5

Overall

7.9

Boarding

8.0

Entertainment

7.8

Reviews

1 / 10

Seats uncomfortablly small for premium economy. They were old and the leg rest I'd not work. Breakfast was patheti. A bottle of activa and some sort of package cske

United Airlines
7.6
Good
1,215 reviews
Delta
7.9
Good
2,076 reviews

Comfort

7.9

Food

7.2

Crew

8.5

Overall

7.9

Boarding

8.0

Entertainment

7.8

Reviews

1 / 10

Seats uncomfortablly small for premium economy. They were old and the leg rest I'd not work. Breakfast was patheti. A bottle of activa and some sort of package cske

American Airlines
7.4
Good
1,670 reviews
Delta
7.9
Good
2,076 reviews

Comfort

7.9

Food

7.2

Crew

8.5

Overall

7.9

Boarding

8.0

Entertainment

7.8

Reviews

1 / 10

Seats uncomfortablly small for premium economy. They were old and the leg rest I'd not work. Breakfast was patheti. A bottle of activa and some sort of package cske

Copa Airlines
7.1
Good
219 reviews
Delta
7.9
Good
2,076 reviews

Comfort

7.9

Food

7.2

Crew

8.5

Overall

7.9

Boarding

8.0

Entertainment

7.8

Reviews

1 / 10

Seats uncomfortablly small for premium economy. They were old and the leg rest I'd not work. Breakfast was patheti. A bottle of activa and some sort of package cske

Related info for your journey

Useful info, stats and facts about New York to Jamaica flights.

The island of Jamaica is one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean, thanks to its seductive combination of lush beaches, snorkeling and scuba diving sites, and beautiful colonial architecture dating back to its history as a British colony. Jamaica is also the home to reggae music, which you can expect to hear in nightclubs all over Kingston or Montego Bay. You can connect to Jamaica easily from New York City to enjoy a vacation filled with relaxation and adventure.

How long is the flight from New York City to Jamaica?

Your nonstop flight from New York City to Montego Bay, Jamaica should take a little over three and a half hours. If you're landing in Kingston, your flight will take just a few minutes longer.

Which airlines operate flights from New York City to Jamaica?

JetBlue, Delta and Caribbean Airlines connect you directly from JFK to either Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay or Norman Manley Airport in Kingston. United can fly you to Montego Bay from Newark Liberty International Airport.

How frequent are flights between New York City and Jamaica?

You have a choice of five nonstop flights each day from JFK to Montego Bay and four flights to Kingston. Two flights connect Newark to Montego Bay each day. All flights leave in the morning.

Which airports serve New York City to Jamaica?

Only two of New York's three airports connect you nonstop to Jamaica: John F. Kennedy International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport. When you land in Montego Bay, you're heading to the Sangster International Airport, and Norman Manley Airport serves you in Kingston, Jamaica.

Which direct flight route between New York City and Jamaica is cheapest?

Flights from New York City to Jamaica vary dramatically in price. Nonstop flights to Kingston tend to run slightly cheaper than those to Montego Bay, but you can slash your fare drastically if you don't insist on flying nonstop. Whether you prefer lounging by a turquoise bay, exploring the jungle, touring historic homes or dancing till the wee hours to reggae, Jamaica has the perfect vacation for you. Some of the world's most beautiful beaches await you in Jamaica, with coconut palms to provide a little shade. Head into the water for snorkeling around coral reefs, or go swimming in the famous Blue Lagoon, a freshwater oasis in the ocean. While in Jamaica, you'll want to sample Jamaican jerk chicken, and don't miss the deep richness of the native Blue Mountain coffee. Head to Falmouth to see a beautifully restored town from the 1800's, or float on a bamboo raft down the Rio Grande River. The Jamaica of Bob Marley and the Jamaica of James Bond sit side by side, waiting for you to come explore this magical island. Find cheap flights from New York City to Jamaica when you use our smart search engine.

How busy are the airports in New York and Jamaica?

There are up to three airports that serve New York to Jamaica flights, all of which are in proximity to each other. The three airports include LaGuardia Airport, Newark Liberty International Airport, which is the hub for American Airlines and Delta Air Lines, and John F. Kennedy International Airport which is the most popular one as well as the busiest international air passenger gateway into North America. When landing in Jamaica, the two options you have are Sangster International Airport (MBJ) in Montego Bay and Norman Manley International Airport (KIN) in Kingston, Jamaica’s capital city. Out of the two, Sangster International Airport is the busier one with an average of four million annual passengers while Norman Manley handles around 1.5 million passengers every year.

Which airlines fly directly from New York to Jamaica?

Caribbean Airlines and United Airlines are the two most popular airlines providing direct flights to Jamaica from New York. As you would expect, the amenities provided by each airline are different as Caribbean Airlines only offers wireless internet and there’s a chance of you getting a USB outlet. United Airlines, on the other hand, offers an abundance of amenities such as wireless internet, power outlets, entertainment in the form of screens, and also premium snacks. It is also worth pointing out that JetBlue also offers direct flights along this route but they are not as frequent as those by United Airlines and Caribbean Airlines.

What are the stopover options between New York to Jamaica?

When flying to Jamaica from New York, passengers have a few stopover options in case they would prefer a connecting flight. However, all stopovers tend to be in Florida due to the nature of the flight route. Miami International Airport (MIA) in Miami is arguably the most popular one of them all, with the other ones being Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL), also in Miami, and Orlando International Airport (MCO) in Orlando. It is worth pointing out that for some connecting flights, honors are on the passenger to check themselves as well as their luggage on every flight so it is important to check your flight details to avoid any inconveniences.

Do I need a passport or visa to fly from New York to Jamaica?

When your flight to Jamaica from New York lands, you will be required to show a valid passport to be allowed entry into Jamaica. The passport should not have an expiry date before your planned date of departure and should have at least one blank page to accommodate immigration stamps. You should also show that you are able to handle yourself financially with the currency restrictions placed. As for visa requirements, American citizens do not need a visa to be allowed entry, however, this only applies to those who will be staying in the country for less than 90 days.

Which airlines flying from New York to Jamaica have flexible cancellations due to COVID-19?

Some of the carriers operating flights from New York to Jamaica that may be offering flexible cancellation policies are JetBlue, American Airlines, and United Airlines. Our site will let you filter for all airlines offering greater flexibility due to COVID-19.

Can I find flights from New York to Jamaica for under $300 on Cheapflights?

Yes, there are multiple flights from New York to Jamaica for under $300. The cheapest flight booked recently is on Frontier for just $252, but on average you can expect to pay $270.

Are there nonstop flights from New York to Jamaica for under $300 on Cheapflights?

Cheapflights has at least 20 direct flights from New York to Jamaica under $300. A good price for a nonstop flight from New York to Jamaica is less than $316.

Are there last-minute flights available from New York to Jamaica for under $300?

There are currently 20+ open flights from New York to Jamaica within the next 7 days for less than $300.

What days are nonstop flights available from New York to Jamaica?

You can find nonstop flights on the following days: Sunday.

How many flights depart from New York to Jamaica on average per day?

On average, you can expect to see 2 flights from New York to Jamaica a day.
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How long is the flight from New York to Jamaica?

Frontier, Spirit Airlines, and Caribbean Airlines can get you from New York to Jamaica in just under 3h 55m. Your travel time can differ by up to 3h 04m. Airlines will cover a distance of 1557 mi. Both multi-stop and nonstop flights can be found to your destination and back.

What are the cheapest airlines to fly from New York to Jamaica one-way?

One-way options have recently been found by users for as low as $103 on Frontier. Other airlines that offer cheap prices include Caribbean Airlines from $107 and Spirit Airlines from $109 one-way.

What are the most popular routes from New York to Jamaica?

When deciding which route to take from New York to Jamaica consider New York John F Kennedy Intl - Montego Bay Sangster Intl, Newark - Montego Bay Sangster Intl or New York LaGuardia - Montego Bay Sangster Intl as they are the most popular.

What are the most popular airlines that fly from New York to Jamaica?

When booking a flight from New York to Jamaica, you may want to consider flying on American Airlines, Air Canada or Aeromexico as they are the most popular for this route.

What are the most reliable airlines from New York to Jamaica?

Looking for the most reliable airlines to get you to your destination on time? Our data shows these are most likely to get you from New York to Jamaica on time: Delta (82%), Virgin Atlantic (82%), American Airlines (79%).

What are the cheapest flights from New York to Jamaica?

The cheapest flight price from New York to Jamaica is $138. On average you can expect to pay $705. The most popular route, (New York John F Kennedy Intl - Montego Bay Sangster Intl), can usually be booked for $279.

What are the most eco-friendly airlines from New York to Jamaica?

There are a few airlines flying the route to Jamaica from New York that can be considered to have more eco-friendly practices. JetBlue, for instance, is one of the most common direct flights to Jamaica from New York. Just the fact that the flights are direct already reduces the carbon emissions of this trip. However, JetBlue is also changing their aircraft to newer ones with more advanced engines. These engines improve their fuel economy significantly, helping to reduce their carbon emissions. Other airlines that fly this route directly are Delta Airlines and United Airlines. Both of these companies promote sustainable travel and have programs in place with the objective of reaching net zero emissions in the near future.

How can I fly more sustainably from New York to Jamaica?

You can apply a few things to fly more sustainably on your trip to Jamaica from New York. First of all, choosing to fly with one of the more eco-friendly airlines can help reduce your carbon footprint. There are some other actions to keep in mind that affect your environmental impact, such as packing as little as possible and keeping the weight of your luggage to a minimum. It’s been studied that the more the aircraft weighs the more fuel it will burn to fly the same distance. Try picking flights with larger and newer airplanes, avoiding aircrafts with old engines that aren’t efficient with their fuel. Another thing to keep in mind is that flying by day has less carbon emissions than flying by night, due to the heat of the sun.

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Top 10 airlines flying from New York to Jamaica

The chart below displays the airlines Cheapflights users traveling from New York to Jamaica choose most often. Cheapest and average prices are based on aggregated data from the past 12 months.
AirlineCheapestAverageFlexibilityOn-timeCOVID-19 safety
Juneyao AirlinesCheapest$13Average$22FlexibilityNo cancel feeOn-time66%COVID-19 safety
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DeltaCheapest$170Average$640FlexibilityNo cancel feeOn-timeN/ACOVID-19 safety
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JetBlueCheapest$172Average$566FlexibilityNo cancel feeOn-time62%COVID-19 safety
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American AirlinesCheapest$182Average$514FlexibilityNo cancel feeOn-time71%COVID-19 safety
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Spirit AirlinesCheapest$224Average$451FlexibilityNo cancel feeOn-time65%COVID-19 safety
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Caribbean AirlinesCheapest$225Average$440FlexibilityNo cancel feeOn-timeN/ACOVID-19 safety
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United AirlinesCheapest$243Average$542FlexibilityNo cancel feeOn-time69%COVID-19 safety
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WestJetCheapest$272Average$529FlexibilityNo cancel feeOn-time60%COVID-19 safety
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Fly Jamaica AirwaysCheapest$276Average$356FlexibilityNo cancel feeOn-timeN/ACOVID-19 safety
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British AirwaysCheapest$323Average$698FlexibilityNo cancel feeOn-time70%COVID-19 safety
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9%of flight departuresEvening6 pm to midnight
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