International AirLink Joins ARC

Arlington - October 31, 2011 - Rutair DBA: International AirLink (434-0/ I4) has joined the ARC as a participating carrier with sales effective on October 31, 2011.

With headquarters in Montego Bay, Jamaica; AirLink operates domestic scheduled flights between Montego Bay and Negril as well as charter flights within Jamaica including: Ocho Rios (Boscobel), Kingston and Port Antonio.

AirLink has been transporting passengers between Montego Bay and Negril, including guests of the major resorts such as; Couples Resorts, Sandals Resorts, Riu, Breezes, Beaches, Hedonism, Caves and Goldeneye to name several. AirLink provides connection to and from Negril through Montego Bay from all the major airlines namely: American Airlines, Delta, Air Jamaica/CAL, Spirit, Air Transat, United Airlines, Frontier, Sunwing, Allegiant, USA 3000, Jetblue, Continental, Thomas Cook, Miami Air, Westjet, Condor, Sky Service, British Airways, Virgin, Air Canada, Martinair, Canjet, Sun Country and US Airways.

International AirLink has elected the General Concurrence method of appointment whereby all ARC agents are automatically appointed agents of AirLink. At this time International AirLink will accept the Cash Only as a form of payment.

For inquiries, reservations, or sales information, see the contact information below:

Reservations: 876.940.6660

International AirLink
Domestic Terminal
Sangster International Airport
Montego Bay, Jamaica W.I.
Phone: 876.940.4870, 940.0195

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