Cheapest car hire in Kingston Airport

  • Economy
    Suzuki Swift
    5 |
    2 |
    3 |
    From € 44.35
  • Compact
    Toyota Yaris
    5 |
    2 |
    5 |
    From € 47.07
  • Standard
    Opel Vectra
    5 |
    4 |
    4 |
    From € 65.12
  • Suv
    Suzuki Grand Vitara
    5 |
    3 |
    5 |
    From € 87.97
  • Van / minivan
    Toyota Hiace
    12 |
    2 |
    4 |
    From € 96.08

*daily rates in Kingston Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.

Useful things to know about Kingston Airport

  • The airport is called Norman Manley Airport after the former prime minister and was previously called Palisadoes Airport.
  • Nearly two million people arrived in Jamaica through Kingston Airport last year.
  • There are 130 flights a week there from 19 airlines.
  • The airport is a hub for Air Jamaica and Caribbean Airlines.
  • The airport is currently being fully reconstructed and a new airport will appear on the existing site by 2022.

Kingston Airport Mini Guide

In 2018 there were 1.95 million passengers handled by Kingston Airport. Passengers will find the airport is known via several names such as Norman Manley Airport to whom it is dedicated to, and Palisadoes Airport which was its previous name.

The airport is served by many airlines that travel to both international and domestic locations. Some examples are Air Jamaica connecting to Montego Bay and Havana, British Airways connecting to London Gatwick and Copa Airlines which connects to Panama City.

Kingston Airport

Once passengers have landed and collected their rental car, road links are extensive and you can easily reach the capital city of Kingston within 20 minutes by car. If parking is required this is available outside the airport building. Guests can choose to stay for longer than 24 hours if needed at a rate of around 300 Jamaican Dollars. If staying less than an hour the rates are around 100 Jamaican Dollars.

Within the departure lounge passengers vcan browse the many shops available and these include Tuff Gong where you can purchase Bob Marley merchandise and Star Fish Oils which sells local aromatherapy products. Port of Call and Last Call Tobacco are duty free outlets selling tobacco, perfume and liquor. Outlets selling refreshments are vast and include Jahnet's Juice where you can find exotic fruit beverages and Blue Moon Café selling a range of cuisines including that of a Jamaican influence. In the departure lounge you can find Customer Services.

Latest Update from Kingston Airport:

03/06/12 - The end of the second phase of redevelopment work at the airport is almost complete which will give it a new arrivals area and better baggage handling facilities. The next phase of reconstruction will begin later this year and see the terminal's handling capacity more than double. 

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