Tourism Minister Edmund Bartlett says Jamaica will be getting back to the full complement of flights from the United Kingdom this morning, when a further 16 weekly flights will begin arriving in the country.

This as Jamaica’s tourism sector continues to rebound from the Covid-19 pandemic.

In weighing in on the development, Senior Advisor and Senior Strategist in the Tourism Ministry, Delano Seiveright, says the flights will be coming from several airlines and cities in the UK.

Meanwhile, Mr. Seiveright says the airline, Virgin Atlantic, is exploring the possibility of a daily service to Jamaica.

Delano Seiveright, Senior Advisor and Strategist in the Tourism Ministry.

Minister Bartlett is in the United Kingdom with a high-level team from the Ministry of Tourism and the Jamaica Tourist Board participating in the World Travel Market.

The World Travel Market is one of the largest international tourism trade shows in the world.

Bartlett says the delegation has had good engagements with key partners in the UK. He’s welcoming the airline seat capacity between the UK and Jamaica reaching almost 100 per cent of pre-Covid levels.