British Airways flights to Jamaica land at Kingston's Norman Manley International Airport, about 20 miles south-east of the Jamaican capital. They also land at Sangster International Airport, around 11 miles south-east of Jamaica's main resort town, Montego Bay. When flights to Jamaica land, it's a short hop to either the Jamaican capital Kingston, on the south coast, or the Jamaican beach resorts along the north coast of Jamaica, at Montego Bay.
After your flight to Jamaica arrives, hop on the regular bus service from Jamaica's Kingston Airport to the capital's downtown area. Opt for a speedier trip in a licensed Jamaican taxi, available outside the airport. If your flight lands at Jamaica's Montego Bay Airport, take a bus or taxi from outside the airport for a 30-minute ride to Jamaica's beachfront resorts.
When your flight to Jamaica lands, take time to explore the sights. In Jamaican capital Kingston, visit the Bob Marley Museum, located inside the late singer's home. Go for a stroll around the Royal Botanic Gardens, where you'll be surrounded by Jamaica's tropical blooms. In the evening, soak up the atmosphere of a hot reggae club, a Jamaican classic. If your Jamaica flights arrive in Montego Bay, start relaxing as soon as you step off the plane. Soak up the sun at Jamaica's family-friendly Doctor's Cave Beach or play golf at a lush championship Jamaica course, fringed with palm trees. Go diving on Jamaica's coral reefs offshore at Montego Bay. Then shop for wax-dyed batik textiles, craft souvenirs and Jamaican reggae music to take home on return flights from Jamaica.