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According to the Minister of Tourism Edmund Bartlett, Jamaica will see more flights from Canada than ever before during the upcoming winter season. The island will be receiving a total of 69 flights weekly from January 1 to April 30, 2011, which is an increase from 55 from last year.

Talking at the World Routes Development Forum taking place in Vancouver, Canada, Bartlett said: "Canada continues to be our number-one growth market and the increase in airlifts is a strong statement of the growing confidence Canadians have in destination Jamaica."

The recent announcement by WestJet to offer new non-stop flights for vacationers from seven additional Canadian gateways to Jamaica, for the 2010-2011 winter season will ensure that the Canadians will have coast-to-coast non-stop flight options to Jamaica.

The company currently offers services to Montego Bay daily from Toronto, but beginning in November, the seven new cities will be Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Regina and Montreal.

The seven new routes offer a capacity in excess of 24,000 seats to Montego Bay over the coming winter season. This is in addition to the daily service from Toronto and the weekly flight from Ottawa.

The new winter season will also see residents of Moncton, New Brunswick, in Eastern Canada fly non-stop to Montego Bay once a week with Sunwing Airlines and Signature Vacations.

Jamaica is one of the most popular destinations in the Caribbean that attracts a huge number of visitors from across the world especially during the high season which falls between mid-December to mid-April. The high season will see a scramble to book the best Jamaica accommodation. If you are planning a trip to Jamaica, you can browse through the list of our Jamaica villas and Jamaica apartments and take advantage of booking the best properties well on time.

Jamaica Villas Happenings