From 31 March, the carrier will operate seven weekly flights – up from five – from Heathrow to the Caribbean Island. The move means the carrier will offer an extra 516 seats each week.
The non-stop flights on Saturday and Sunday depart Heathrow at 8am and will arrive at Montego Bay by midday.
Jamaica said the expansion “not only aligns with the growing demand for travel to Jamaica but also underscores the confidence in our destination as the most visited Caribbean Island from the UK”.
Jamaica’s director of tourism Donovan White argued that the additional flights were “a testament to the enduring appeal of Jamaica as a premier holiday destination”.