Air Jamaica will reduce its fleet to six aircraft (one A319, four A320s and one A321) from nine and suspend Montego Bay-Orlando International and St. George's-New York JFK service on March 9 and flights from MBJ and Kingston to Chicago O'Hare, Curacao, Havana and Nassau on April 12. President and CEO Bruce Nobles said the cutbacks are "necessary as we seek to meet our financial obligations." JM then will operate 161 weekly flights, including service from Jamaica to Baltimore, Philadelphia, ...

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