Air Jamaica’s SkyWritings snaps up two awards back to back

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After landing two prestigious awards recently, Air Jamaica’s in-flight magazine, SkyWritings, has further proven itself as a leading publication amongst the region’s many.

Adding “Magazine of the Year” to its award winning status at the Advertising Agencies Association of Jamaica (AAAJ) Media Awards was the first feat accomplished - then SkyWritings went on to win the award for “Best Overall Feature” in the Caribbean Tourism Organization’s Caribbean Media Awards, for the story, “The Mystical, Magical Cockpit Country” By: Michael Robinson, published in the March/April “Green Issue”.

No stranger to the award winning circuit, SkyWritings magazine was previously bestowed with the Abe Issa Award for Excellence. Described as “…the next best thing to actually setting down on Caribbean soil,” the magazine has maintained the rank of being simply one of the very best.

Thirty-five years of bringing its nearly 500,000 readers lifestyle and travel stories about Air Jamaica’s destinations, could only be realized with dedication and immense talent. SkyWritings’ publisher, Anthony Gambrill said, “We are thrilled to have received recognition not once, but twice in a single month. We have a small staff, but with the support of hundreds of writers and photographers, I think we’ve been able to deliver an entertaining and engaging publication to our readers, who by the way are not just airline passengers, but also include a solid number of subscribers,”

A production of Creative Communications Inc. Limited, SkyWritings is published bi-monthly.