Sir Donald Sangster International Airport, or Sangster International, is located close to Montego Bay, Jamaica. Handling an average of nine million passengers per year, it is the third-busiest of the country’s international airports (after Norman Manley in Kingston and the Ian Fleming Airport in Saint Mary Parish) and serves as the main international gateway for tourists visiting the north coast of Jamaica.
Flights to Sangster International Airport come from a number of destinations including Havana, Montreal, Toronto, Atlanta, Miami, New York, Rome, London, Frankfurt, Boston, Madrid, Amsterdam, Detroit, Minneapolis, Philadelphia and Chicago.
Thanks to a six-year renovation plan, which was completed in 2009, the terminal building has doubled in size and now includes additional gates, expanded arrivals amenities and parking facilities as well as improved ground transport. Moreover, a greater selection of shops and dining venues were introduced, bringing it up to par with international airport standards. Staff are generally friendly and facilities are clean and neat. Save for long queues during peak hours, Sangster International is a pleasant start and end to a holiday in Jamaica.