The Sangster International Airport (SIA) in Montego Bay, St James, has again bee n named the Caribbean’s leading airport by the World Travel Awards for the ninth consecutive year.
Sangster International Airport emerged as the winner from a pool of 11 Caribbean airports nominated for
the prestigious award. The accolade was first bestowed on Sangster International Airport in 2005. It won again in 2009 and has won the title again each year since.
““This is a tremendous achievement for Sangster International Airport and for Jamaica. It really reflects the dedication and professionalism of our entire staff who work tirelessly to improve the traveler experience,” said MBJ Airports CEO Rafael Echevarne.
The World Travel Awards date back to 1993, and are in recognition of excellence in key segments of the tourism, travel and hospitality industries, with the aim of encouraging players in the sector to continuously improve the standards of their products and services.