Kingston Airport (KIN)

Norman Manley International

Kingston’s, the “Heartbeat of Jamaica”, embracing energy offers a mix of metropolitan ambitions and old world heritage.  Rhythmic reggae music, a fascinating culture and fine restaurants and eateries offer a variety in entertainment, history and cuisine.

The Airport serves a diverse range of travellers; foreign nationals (for business and leisure) as well as  non-resident and resident Jamaicans.

With its proximity to the nation’s capital NMIA is of significant importance for business travel to and from Jamaica and for the movement of air cargo. Ease of access to all areas in the country, through a modern road and highway system, allows visitors to connect to our internationally acclaimed resort areas, as well as to idyllic locations ‘off the beaten track’.

Immigration

Please complete the Immigration Form while in flight.  Write legibly and keep all related travel documents together. Our friendly Customer Service Agents are available to assist you on arrival.

Visitors will be required to present the following documents to the Immigration Officers:

  • Immigration Form
  • Customs Declaration Form
  • Valid Passport
  • Return Tickets (non-residents only).

New passport requirements for US travellers

Effective January 8, 2007, all travellers between the United States and the Caribbean (including Jamaica) will be required to have a valid passport for travel.

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