Media Resources

  • Sangster International Airport (SIA) is the largest of two international airports in Jamaica, and is ideally located in the heart of the primary tourism destination region.
  • Approximately 95% of Total Passengers at SIA are passengers travelling internationally.
  • Of the approximately 1.7 million annual visitors to Jamaica,  72% use SIA as their primary airport.
  • Peak arriving and departing capacity is 4,200 passengers per hour.

News Releases

News releases are available in this section to members of the media.  For further information please contact:

Marketing Department
MBJ Airports Limited
Sangster International Airport
Montego Bay
Jamaica
Phone:  (876) 952-3124

MBJ Kicks off the year by Awarding J$4.5M in Academic Grants – Jan 23, 2023

MBJ Kicks off the year by Awarding J$4.5M in Academic Grants

Travel Advisory - Departing Passengers required to check in at least 3 hours before scheduled departure time. Additional travel time to the airport should be considered. – Jan 8, 2023

Departing Passengers required to check in at least 3 hours before scheduled departure time. Additional travel time to the airport should be considered.

MBJ Accredited in Level 2 Airport Council International Carbon Accreditation Programme – Dec 20, 2022

Montego Bay, Jamaica, 19 December 2022/MBJ Media// Sangster International Airport (SIA), Jamaica’s leading gateway to the world operated by MBJ Airports Limited, has obtained Level 2 certification in Airports Council International (ACI) Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) program. This after the company demonstrated reduction in its carbon emissions from sources owned and under its direct control for the 2021 period compared with 2019. 2019 carbon emissions figures being used as the base year for pre-pandemic emissions.

MBJ Airports Limited officially opens its New Departures Expansion – Dec 15, 2022

MBJ Airports Limited officially opens its New Departures Expansion

Neos Airline resumes service between Milan and Montego Bay – Nov 20, 2022

Neos Airline resumes service between Milan and Montego Bay