After launching flights four years ago, Fly Jamaica Airways has once again upped its aviation crew with 20 newly trained flight attendants who will join the airline’s scheduled twice-weekly flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to Kingston and Georgetown, as well as Canada.
Described by customers, as a top airline that allow passengers two free pieces of checked luggage, and one carry-on, Fly Jamaica whose hub is in Kingston, conducted a seven-week flight attendant course in Guyana, to boost the airline’s service and ability for continued outstanding service.
This is the fourth set of graduates from this course, said Director of Fly Jamaica, Roxanne Reece, who lauded the graduates, who passed with flying colors from the intense session, and expressed their wish to work diligently for the success of the airline.
In-flight services manager, Shirley Brown said Fly Jamaica is the most exceptional in the region and noted that this training would benefit the carrier that saw potential in the new flight attendants.
According to the Guyana Chronicle, Minister within the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Annette Ferguson, charged the graduates to do their best to make sure safety is their top priority.
Paul Ronald Reece, chairman / chief executive officer, said on the Fly Jamaica website, (www.fly-j
In addition, Fly Jamaica, owned by Guyanese, Paul and Roxanne Reece has trained several first officers and captains, to support the efficiency of their aviation staff, and roster.