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IATA ICAO Callsign
Hubs Sangster International Airport
Fleet size7
Destinations5 (charter)
Headquarters Montego Bay, Jamaica
Key peopleFraser McConnell
Website http://www.timair.com/
TimAir Cessna at Negril Aerodrome TimAir Cessna at Negril Aerodrome.jpg
TimAir Cessna at Negril Aerodrome

TimAir is a charter airline based at the Sangster International Airport, Montego Bay, Jamaica.



TimAir Limited was established in 1991 by Timothy Moxon as one of Jamaica's first "air taxi" services, providing air services for visitors to the island, as well as to the local business community. The airline was purchased in 1991 by Fraser McConnell.


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