As (still) the preferred destination in the Caribbean for vacation lovers the world over, you'd expect that Jamaica is graced by many of the big international airlines, and we do!
So regardless of where you are arriving from, chances are there are airlines available to take you here, even if it means changing planes in the USA, which can be (depending on where you arrive) less than an hour to Jamaica!
For a list of some of the top airlines that flies to and from Jamaica however, click here.
By the way, do note that if you are looking for a list of Jamaican-operated airlines - notice the emphasis on the list, you won't really find one.
Why? Because we currently only have one true, Jamaican owned, national carrier today - Fly Jamaica.
Air Jamaica, as it was then, was sold to the government of Trinidad and Tobago and is now operating as Caribbean Airlines.
Do note however, that Caribbean Airlines still retains, recognizes and use the Air Jamaica name and brand. In fact, the AirJamaica.com website does look the very same and clients can book their trip with Caribbean Airlines directly there.
Fly Jamaica, the newest 'Jamaican' airline, started its operations in February 2013 and has since been doing very well. It operates from Kingston, Jamaica with direct flights to Georgetown, Guyana , Toronto and New York currently.