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    Must be getting old or something! But maybe someone can help us.

    We are at CSA for two weeks at the begining of November and have a very dear friend who is very sick who lives in Kingston. We will naturally be seeing her while we are on vacation.

    The way we see it we have only two alternatives - Hire a care and drive one day returning the next, or fly from Negril to Tinson Pen in the morning and fly back late afternoon.

    Two questions - first, are there any other logical ways of doing this, second, where on earth can we get a schedule of flights to and from Kingston? We have exhausted all web ways of determining this information, but we know it can be done. We have visited Jamaica since 1980 and know the flights run!

    Any help woulf relieve the frustration at our end.

    Keep smiling! We all need some pampering soon and I'm sure we will run across each other on one of the sunshine trips!

    Thanks for the help guys!

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    Don't hire/rent a car. Either hire a Driver to take you or use TimAir. If you can't get a flight from Negril to Kingston, fly from MoBay, it would almost still be quicker. and easier than driving from Negril to Kingston


    TimAir Limited flies to and from all of the major resort areas on the island, including Kingston, Negril, Ocho Rios and Port Antonio from its Montego Bay base.

    TimAir Limited
    Sangster International Airport
    Montego Bay, Jamaica, W.I.
    Phone 876-952-2516
    Phone 876-979-1114
    Fax 876-979-1113
    Negril - 876-957-5374
    E-Mail: timair@usa.net

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    Every year after leaving CSA or CN, we fly into Kingston, and have found the best and least expensive way to do this is to take a shuttle to Montego Bay and then fly on Air Jamaica to Kingston. You can purchase Montego Bay-Kingston-Montego Bay tickets on Air Jamaica and they will have more frequent flights than the turbo-prop small arlines, as nearly all their flights stop in Kingston and Montego Bay in both directions when servicing their international destinations. Hope this helps!

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    Thanks for the help. I guess the days of Trans Jamaican flights are long gone (now that certainly shows our age!).

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