Fly Jamaica Airlines services Georgetown, Guyana; Kingston, Jamaica; Toronto and New York City as of October 2015. The airline operates two jets from its hub at Kingston's Norman Manley International Airport. It serves Toronto through Lester B. Pearson International Airport, New York through John F. Kennedy International Airport, and Guyana through Cheddi Jagan International Airport. Fly Jamaica Airlines also advertises personalized charter services to any destination worldwide.
Fly Jamaica Airways is the newest of Jamaica's six airlines and is headquartered in Kingston, Jamaica. The company was founded in 2011 and began service with a morning flight from Kingston to New York on Feb. 14, 2013 aboard its first airplane, a Boeing 757-200 with a capacity of 198 passengers. Fly Jamaica Airways was the first airline to fly between Jamaica and Guyana, a three-and-a-half-hour flight with three scheduled round trips a week as of October 2015.
Fly Jamaica expanded in July 2014 by buying its second airplane, a Boeing 767-300ER with a capacity of 246 passengers. Captain Paul Ronald Reece, the company's chairman and CEO, stated at that time that the company planned to eventually buy a second Boeing 767 and expand its route structure with additional flights between Jamaica and South America.