Airbus A300B4 - Air Jamaica
Air Jamaica was founded in October 1968 and started flying on April 1, 1969. The airline is based at Kingston's Norman Manley International Airport. Since 2010 it is owned by Caribbean Airlines.
Air Jamaica became a widebody operator when it received its first Airbus A300B4 aircraft in 1983. It operated a total of eight of the type, until the last aircraft left the fleet in 2001. They were painted in a colourful yellow and orange livery. From 1999 Air Jamaica replaced the A300s with smaller A310 aircraft. Other widebody aircraft operated by Air Jamaica are the Boeing 747 and the Airbus A340.
The Airbus A300 on the picture above is photographed while landing at Miami International Airport. The picture below shows a non-standard livery on an Air Jamaica A300 with titles and logo only.