The Norman Manley International Airport is located in the capital of Jamaica, Kingston on the south-eastern end of island bordering on one side the 7th largest natural port in the world. Operated by the Airports Authority of Jamaica a government agency, it is a modern facility and there are 14 scheduled airlines operating out of the airport.
Kingston is a vibrant cultural capital city hosting carnival each year, the seat of government and boasts such interesting and historic places as the Bob Marley Museum, Hope Gardens and Zoo, The National Gallery and Devon House. It is home to 600,000 people and is nestled on the lower levels of the Blue Mountain ranges famous for its coffee, hiking trails and waterfalls.
A short boat ride away to rustic beautiful Lime Cay and 30 minutes to the new North/South highway allows visitors another option to the north coast towns of Ocho Rios and Runaway Bay.
The airport boasts several modern shops with an array of Jamaican craft, jewellery and keepsakes; duty free shopping and a food court. A nominee for the 2016 World Travel Awards in the category – CARIBBEAN’S LEADING AIRPORT – the NMIA team prides themselves in maintaining a user friendly clean environment.
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