He explained that the result would be the creation of "a larger, stronger Caribbean airline to serve the region."
Jamaica President and CEO, Bruce Nobles)
During the transition period, Air Jamaica will continue to operate its routes with its current fleet of aircraft and accompanying regulatory authorizations. Many of its employees are also expected to be utilized under the interim agreement.
The transition period may last up to 12 months, says Air Jamaica's President and CEO, Bruce Nobles,who has also assured passengers that, in the meantime, "the little piece of Jamaica still flies".
He said that all reservations made previously and tickets purchased on Air Jamaica will continue to be honoured. Additionally, all 7th Heaven frequent flyer benefits will continue and all passengers, shippers and business partners can continue to rely on Air Jamaica to provide the services they have come to expect.
"In simple terms, our customers and stakeholders will not see any visible difference in the airline, or its services during the initial transition period, as Jamaicans, visitors, shippers and travel partners can continue to book on Air Jamaica with confidence," he said.
He stated that as the routes are absorbed by Caribbean Airlines, the combined network will provide significant added value and benefits to customers and partners.
Air Jamaica will continue to provide service from Jamaica on the New York, Fort Lauderdale, Toronto, Baltimore and Philadelphis routes, with "the usual Lovebird hospitality", Mr. Nobles promised.
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