CARIBBEAN CHARM: Prime Minister Bruce Golding (right) chats with Miss Universe 2010 runner-up, Yendi Phillips; Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett (left) and Minister of Transport and Works, Mike Henry (2nd right) at the recent launch of the rebirth of Air Jamaica. Caribbean Airlines has made the decision to maintain the brand Air Jamaica and operate with the theme ‘One Caribbean airline, two brands’. Air Jamaica will resume flying to London's Heathrow Airport three days per week commencing in July.
DRINK TO THAT: Jamaica's Transport Minister Mike Henry (left); Chairman of Caribbean Airlines, George Nicholas III (centre), and Prime Minister Bruce Golding toast the rebirth of Air Jamaica and partnership of Caribbean Airlines and Air Jamaica recently. Air Jamaica will be flying in and out of Montego Bay and Kingston, Jamaica to New York (JFK), Philadelphia, Toronto, Ft. Lauderdale and Miami, and Nassau in the Bahamas.
HEAD BOYS: Prime Minister Bruce Golding (left) chats with Trinidad's Minister of Works and Transport, Jack Warner at the launch of the rebirth of Air Jamaica recently. Air Jamaica and Caribbean Airlines have merged operating under the theme, ‘One Caribbean airline, two brands’. PM Golding noted that there is a genuine sense of collaboration between the two airlines.
GENTLEMEN'S CLUB: Photographed from left: Minister of Transport and Works, Mike Henry; Chairman of Air Jamaica, Dennis Lalor; Prime Minister Bruce Golding; Chairman of Caribbean Airlines, George Nicholas III; Trindadian Minister of Works and Transport, Jack Warner; Minister of Finance and the Public Service, Audley Shaw; and Minister of Tourism, Edmund Bartlett. PM Golding said the merger is a practical demonstration that Air Jamaica and Caribbean Airlines mean business. The re-branded airline is set to resume flying to London's Heathrow Airport, three days per week beginning in July.