Delta is handled by AJAS Aviation Services, Jamaica's premier provider of aviation services in both above-wing and below-wing functions and cargo handling for more than 30 airlines; in 2015, AJAS handled more than 1,600 Delta flights. Station manager Saher Zawaideh is happy about the award.
It is with great pleasure that I announce that one of our very own, Shawna Hastings, has been invited to tour the Boeing facilities in Seattle, Washington in April. I had sent her in as a candidate in KIN that makes a difference to her team mates as she is infinitely patient and always has a positive attitude. She will also receive 50USD from me just for being chosen.
Hotel accommodation, airfare, transportation will be the responsibility of Copa Airlines. This is not considered a duty travel so per diem is not required. She is also allowed to take a companion and this person will enjoy the same privileges offered to Shawna.
Not only will she tour the Boeing facility, she will also accompany the aircraft back to Panama in Business Class with the rest of the crew. The aircraft being assembled is the new sky interior 800 series NG. I am excited for her and she can hardly contain herself.
Airport Manager | Copa Airlines
Over the past three months, Shawna has been a true gem to the team in Kingston. She works with great enthusiasm at her tasks and help to foster and create a positive working environment. She treats her fellow team members with dignity and respect. Shawna challenges herself to continuously improve in all aspects of the operation and works hard to fulfill any promise she has made to customers and her colleagues. She also works hard to live up to the standards set by Copa Airlines, performing duties assigned to her to the highest standard. Shawna is always pleasant and smiling during the operation of our flights or while just having a conversation with her peers which is very warm and welcoming. Her actions and working together as a team contributes to a positive work environment
Her actions truly reflect the values of Copa Airlines.
Team Kingston is proud to present Shawna Hastings as our 1st quarter winner of Tu Haces La Diferencia.
2014 was an excellent year for JetBlue Cargo. Our revenue is forecasted to end up 14% Year Over Year. We introduced 5 new stations to our network and now have import cargo from 5 international locations (MBJ, KIN, SDQ, STI, SJO)! A lot has happened this year, from the opening or our stations to system upgrades made to iCargo. Most recently we’ve solidified processes around our international operation and have continued to expand our internal audits which help us to focus continuously on excellent product integrity throughout the system.
We’ve all been happy to see record growth for our airline (over 930 flights a day through the holiday period) and we’re proud to support that growth with an excellent cargo product. We’ve lived up to the brand! This doesn’t just happen – there’s been a tremendous amount of great work done throughout our system.
Our increase in revenue is not just a number – it’s a signal that tells us loudly our customers, now more than ever before, trust us to move their freight.
Thank you, as always, for continuing the effort… For keeping us SAFE, and the quality of our product EXCELLENT…
Here’s to a great
From EACH of us to EACH of you!
Happy New Year
On December 3rd, 2014 Mr. March reached a huge milestone with us and we would like to congratulate him and thank him for all of his years of dedication and service!
MBJ Opens 03DEC!
So far Kingston, Jamaica (KIN) has outperformed initial expectations and we’re anticipating another great opportunity and opening at Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay (MBJ) on 03DEC!
Peter Ellis will once again be at point for the Cargo Team on our second opening in the beautiful island of Jamaica. AJAS will again be our service provider – we’ve appreciated the work done for us to this point.
Jamaica will be our last opening for 2014. A GREAT way to end the year for JetBlue Cargo!
Maximum Per Piece Weight Change
To better align our brand with that of industry standards JetBlue Cargo will be changing our maximum weight per piece from 230 to 300 pounds on 01DEC. The new guidelines will require a “Heavy” label to be placed on all pieces that weigh over 200 lbs. at the time of acceptance (tag shown above).
Pieces weighing greater than 300 lbs. or with a floor bearing weight in excess of 150 lbs. per square foot will not be accepted for carriage.
Human Remains is the only exception to the maximum weight requirement.
All other rules regarding freight acceptance still apply including no palletized shipments or Dangerous Goods besides limited quantities of dry ice.
Please note, in celebration of Thanksgiving there will be no Cargo Communication emailed next Friday.
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