Most of the major U.S. carriers serving Jamaica have resumed limited service, according to Donovan White, the island's director of tourism.
Here's the rundown.
American: twice-daily service from Charlotte to Montego Bay; twice-daily from Miami to Montego Bay and daily to Kingston. Daily service from Dallas to Montego Bay ends on Aug. 18 but resumes again in late August with frequent flights through November.
Caribbean Airlines: daily from New York Kennedy to Kingston.
Delta: four times a week from Atlanta to Kingston; twice-daily to Montego Bay.
JetBlue: weekly from Boston to Montego Bay; three times a week from Fort Lauderdale to Kingston and twice daily to Montego Bay; daily from New York Kennedy to Kingston and twice daily to Montego Bay; daily from Orlando to Montego Bay.
Southwest: daily from Baltimore/Washington to Montego Bay and daily from Orlando.
Spirit: three times a week from Fort Lauderdale to Kingston and daily to Montego Bay.
United: daily from Houston to Montego Bay and daily from Newark.
Accommodations that now are open in Montego Bay include Rose Hall Villas at Half Moon, Sandals Montego Bay, S Hotel, Riu Reggae and Deja Resort.
Properties in Ocho Rios include Couples Tower Isle, Moon Palace, Riu Ocho Rios and the Jamaica Inn.
In Negril, resorts that have reopened include Tensing Pen, Skylark Negril Beach Resort, the Spa Retreat, Beaches Negril, White Sands Negril and Couples Swept Away.