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Flight 022 with JMMB

Published:Monday | March 9, 2015 | 12:00 AMRandy Bowman and Krysta Anderson
From left: Keith Duncan, CEO, JMMB Group; Imani Duncan-Pryce, chief strategy officer, and Althea Walters, executive assistant to the CEO.
Adriel McKay and Kaye Roberts are clearly enjoying the destinations.
From left: Melanie Schwapp, Chris Foster and Brittany McColluch, ATL Jaguar and Land Rover, pause for a quick photo op.
Sheron Gibson was not afraid to show them how to ‘drop legs’.
Damion Dodd, Price Water-house Coopers, and Latoya Douglas, Jamaica Energy Partners, are ready to drop legs on the dance floor.
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Welcome aboard Flight 022 on JMMB Airlines, departing from Hope Zoo, St Andrew, to three exotic destinations - Bali, Greece and Dubai. Fasten your seat belts and enjoy the ride.

In celebrating 22 years of service to Jamaica, specially invited guests were treated to a first-class 'flight' with JMMB on Friday, February 27, embarking on an unforgettable globe-trotting adventure.

What started with a warm and convivial welcome on the shuttle from the car park, quickly soared to new heights as they geared up to make a round trip to the uniquely-designed locations which proved to be transformational in depicting the ideal epicurean escapade.

Head air hostess Kerry Ann Stimpson greeted all aboard and introduced pilot Keith Duncan, who officially thanked members of his hard-working team, especially the investors who made the night possible.

First stop was Bali, where the fare was chicken sate skewers with tamarind, traditional Bali-style vegetable fried rice, crispy fish with ginger and scallion, and seafood chowder with herbs and spices.

Greece

Then passengers jetted off to Greece, where they savoured grilled pork sausage kebabs, shrimp pasta with basil, and roasted lemon cream sauce and mini wraps with grilled chicken and warm flat bread.

And the final stop was in great Dubai, and indulgence in the likes of hummus and pita chips with olives, herb-roasted leg of lamb with mint jelly and au jus and paprika-spiced potato with brown butter.

Before returning home, DJ Bambino kept the energy level high on the dance floor, moving from beats of yesteryear to present-day affairs of the heart. Some passengers danced the night away, while others looked on attentively in high spirits courtesy of CPJ wines and Wray & Nephew mixes. All in all, Flight 022 was definitely a night to remember.