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Published:Wednesday | February 10, 2010 | 12:00 AM
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From left: Elizabeth Scutton, chief commercial officer at the Sangster International Airport; Rosie Johnson (second left), regional manager at the Jamaica Tourist Board (JTB, western Jamaica); Chad Meyerson, JetBlue Airways manager for the Caribbean and Latin America; Margaret Jones, JTB's visitor relations manager; and Ken Schulte, airline captain. JetBlue made its inaugural flight between Orlando in the United States and the Sangster International Airport on Monday. - Photos by Noel Thompson

JetBlue's inaugural flight between the United States of America and Jamaica, touched down in Montego Bay on Monday. And, Digicel unveiled its new, sexy BlackBerry 9700!



It was time for some sisterly love between Digicel's Trisha K. Thompson (left) and Ann-Marie Vaz at Monday night's spectacular launch of the new BlackBerry 9700 at the New Kingston's happening Spanish Court Hotel. - Contributed



Jamaica's Jazz and Blues Festival had such a broad appeal that people came from far and wide to soak up the fabulous entertainment. Among the overseas guests was basketball great, Julius Erving (left), aka Dr J, who dropped by LIME's hospitality booth and was warmly welcomed by Regional Chief Marketing Officer Chris Dehring. - Contributed



Supreme Ventures' Wayne Boodasingh chats with Frederique Asberg, Heineken's country manager, during the opening night of Bacchanal Jamaica Carnival at Mas Camp, New Kingston, last Friday. - Contributed



Ken Schulte (left), captain with JetBlue Airways, dances to a Jamaican folk song, as Margaret Jones, visitor relations manager with the Jamaica Tourist Board, teaches him how. The Age and Stage Mento Band (in background) entertains.



From left: Digicel's bigwigs Niall Sheehy and Mark Linehan present the new BlackBerry Bold 9700 to Spanish Ambassador Jesús Silva at the launch of the cellphone on Monday night. The event was held at the Spanish Court Hotel, St Lucia Avenue, New Kingston. - Winston Sill/Freelance Photographer