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Kingston and Montego Bay now available for booking on Emirates Airlines System

KINGSTON, Jamaica; April 29, 2022: Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism, Hon.

New York, USA; May 4, 2022: In his first address at the United Nations General Assembly today (May 4), Minister of Tourism, Hon.

KINGSTON, Jamaica; April 22, 2022: Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett and a high-level team are scheduled to arrive in London tomorrow (Saturday),

KINGSTON, Jamaica; April 21, 2022: Elated by the rate at which Jamaica’s tourism industry is recovering from the devastating COVID-19 fallout, Minister

KINGSTON, Jamaica; April 20, 2022: Minister of Tourism, Hon.

KINGSTON, Jamaica; April 13, 2022: Jamaica’s Minister of Tourism, Hon.

KINGSTON, Jamaica; April 11, 2022: Minister of Tourism, Hon.

Kingston, Jamaica; April 08, 2022: This year, the Jamaica Centre of Tourist Innovation is raising public awareness of its certification programmes, with

Kingston, Jamaica: Friday April 08, 2022:  A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) project is being developed by the Ministry of Tourism and its public body, t

KINGSTON, Jamaica; April 6, 2022: Minister of Tourism, Hon.

KINGSTON, Jamaica; March 31, 2022: Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett has welcomed a major decision by American Airlines to introduce twice weekly

MONTEGO BAY, St James; Friday April 1, 2022: Since 2016, the Ministry of Tourism’s Speed Networking Event, organized by the Tourism Linkages Network (TLN), has g

KINGSTON, Jamaica; March 24, 2022: Expanding the reach of the Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Centre (GTRCMC) and involving the Diaspora

KINGSTON, Jamaica; March 31, 2022: Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund Bartlett has welcomed a major decision by American Airlines to introduce twice weekly

KINGSTON, Jamaica; March 17, 2022:  Ground was broken earlier today (March 17) for the renovation of the courtyard at Devon House, to make it more attra

KINGSTON, Jamaica; March 15, 2022: Minister of Tourism, Hon.

KINGSTON, Jamaica; March 14, 2022: Just days after Jamaica marked the second anniversary of the confirmation of its first case of the COVID-19 virus, Mi

KINGSTON, Jamaica; March 8, 2022: As the tourism sector continues to rebound, Jamaica is again breaking visitor arrival records, with some 27,000 touris

KINGSTON, Jamaica; February 28, 2022: While keeping a close eye on the global instability created by the war in Ukraine, Minister of Tourism, Hon Edmund

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