Jamaica has this week reported its highest seven-day cumulative arrival figures since reopening borders on June 15th.
Preliminary statistics from the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB) show that for the period December 22nd-28th, just over 21,000 passengers arrived on the island.
The Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay welcomed 16,841 and 4,203 additional passengers arrived at the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston.
“This is welcome news for us as an industry as we see an uptick in visitor arrivals and close the year on a positive note.
“The Christmas holidays provided the destination a well-needed boost, which we hope will be an indicator of what we can expect in the New Year,” said Donovan White, Jamaica director of tourism.
Source : Breakingtravelnews