Sangster International Airport

Sangster International Airport (IATA: MBJ, ICAO: MKJS) is an international airport located 3 mi (4.8 km) east of Montego Bay, Jamaica. The airport is capable of handling nine million passengers per year. It serves as the most popular airport for tourists visiting the north coast of Jamaica. The airport is named after former Jamaican Prime Minister Sir Donald Sangster. Sangster is run by a consortium called MBJ Airports Limited. Leading partner of the consortium is Abertis. Another partner is Vancouver Airport Services (2% stake) Sangster was privatised and turned over by Airports Authority of Jamaica to the consortium in 2003.

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Montego Bay

Montego Bay is the capital of the parish of St. James and the second largest city in Jamaica by area and the fourth by population (after Kingston, Spanish Town and Portmore). Montego Bay is a tourist destination featuring duty-free shopping, a cruise line terminal and several beaches. The city is served by the Donald Sangster International Airport located on the edge of the city. The city is enclosed in a watershed, drained by several rivers such as the Montego River and the Barnett River.

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Direct flights from Montego Bay

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Milan From $384 (Tax incl.)

  • Blue Panorama Airlines (BV)

Fort Lauderdale From $132 (Tax incl.)

  • Spirit Airlines (NK)
  • Southwest (WN)