Top 3 Jamaican airports
1. Sangster International Airport (code: MBJ), Montego Bay, Jamaica
2. Norman Manley International Airport (code: KIN), Kingston, Jamaica
3. Ian Fleming International Airport (code: OCJ), Boscobel, Jamaica

Sangster International Airport (code: MBJ), Montego Bay, Jamaica
Sangster International Airport (code: MBJ) is located 3 mi (4.8 km) east of Montego Bay, Jamaica. It is the largest and busiest airport in Jamaica. The airport is named after Jamaican Prime Minister Sir Donald Sangster. Originally named the Montego Bay Airport, the construction of the airport was completed on 18 February 1947. The first international airline to fly into the Montego Bay Airport was Pan American Airways. Currently, Sangster International Airport is one of the two hubs of Air Jamaica, Jamaica's national airline and flag carrier


Norman Manley International Airport (code: KIN), Kingston, Jamaica
Norman Manley International Airport (code: KIN) is an international airport serving Kingston, Jamaica. It was named in honour of Norman Manley, Jamaica's Chief Minister and Premier. Originally named the Palisadoes Airport, Norman Manley International Airport is one of the two hubs of Air Jamaica, Jamaica's national airline and flag carrier. The airport features in the first James Bond movie, Dr No (1962).


Ian Fleming International Airport (code: OCJ), Boscobel, Jamaica
Ian Fleming International Airport (code: OCJ) is an international airport located in Boscobel, Saint Mary Parish, Jamaica, 10 km (6.2 mi) east of Ocho Rios, in northern Jamaica. The airport provides service to the United States and to other Caribbean islands. It is named for Ian Fleming, the creator of the James Bond novels, whose Goldeneye estate is located in St Mary parish. Previously known as Boscobel Aerodrome, the airport is at an elevation of 90 ft (27 m) above mean sea level. It has one runway designated 09/27 with an asphalt surface measuring 4,769 ft × 79 ft (1,454 m × 24 m).