Jamaica could attract additional airlines and flights from its participation in Routes Americas in Quebec, Canada.
The event is being used to promote the island as a tourism and business destination.
Routes Americas is the leading summit in the Western Hemisphere for the development of new routes and airlift attended by airline and airport executives from across the region.
The promotion of destination Jamaica is being supported by Spanish firm GAP, which operates the Sangster International Airport in St. James, and as incoming operator of the Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston.
Meetings have been scheduled with 20 airlines based in Canada, the US, the EU and Latin America, including American Airlines, Delta, JetBlue, British Airways, Air Canada, Lufthansa, Southwest, United Airlines and TUI.