Air Jamaica has been named The Caribbean’s Leading Airline at the World Travel Awards for the 12th year in succession.
The awards ceremony, which took place in London on November 8th, was the culmination of voting by thousands of professionals in the travel industries of more than 190 countries.
Bruce Nobles, Air Jamaica’s president and chief executive officer, said the carrier is "honoured" to receive the award for the 12th time in a row.
"This recognition from our peers is an important affirmation that we are providing the very best service to travellers to the Caribbean," he commented.
"It also encourages us to work doubly hard to exceed expectations next year."
Established in 1993, the World Travel Awards aim to acknowledge the achievements made in all sectors of the global travel industry, with trophies awarded across a number of different areas.
This summer, Air Jamaica began allowing passengers to buy tickets for its flights as late as two hours before scheduled take-off.