Transport in Jamaica

All popular modes of transport are available on the island of Jamaica. There are regular flights from the capital, Kingston, to other popular resort areas. Shuttle flights also run between Montego Bay and Negril. There are various sea travel options available, including cruises, water taxis and sailing yachts, and in terms of travel by land, car hire tends to be a popular mode of travel for tourists, though drivers must be over 25 years of age. Road conditions tend to make travelling by night dangerous and caution should be taken. A few functional railway lines are operational, and a regular bus service runs between Kingston and Montego Bay. For groups travelling by road, the Jamaica Union of Travellers Association (JUTA) offers a reliable minibus service for tourists. The use of taxis is common practice, though it is advisable to agree upon a rate before making use of the service.

Transport organisations in Jamaica
A & L Transport
Air Alm
Air Jamaica
Air Jamaica Express
American Airlines
Bloomfield Jamaica Ltd
Burke's Transport & Tours Ltd
BWIA International Ltd
Caribbean Airlines Ltd
Cayman Airways Ltd
Chin's Transport & Tours
Condor Airlines
Cubana Airlines
Delta Airlines Inc.
Gordon's Auto Supplies & Transport Ltd
International Airlink
Jamaica Cricket Association
Jamaica Scuba Diving
Juta Tours Negril Chapter
Ministry of Information, Culture, Youth & Sports
Ministry of Transport & Works
Montego Bay International Airport
Norman Manley International
Port Authority of Jamaica
Sangster International Airport
Summit Bus Co. Ltd
Superior Omnibus Services Ltd
Timair Ltd
Tropical Airlines Ltd
Western Basketball Association