TOURIST (Stopover Arrivals) Europe. United States. Canada. Latin America. Monthly Statistical Report USA 66.4% Canada 15.8% UK 8.6% All Other 2.

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1 S 2018 V XXV, I 9 Monthly Statistical Report IN SEPTEMBER 2018 Stopover arrivals up 2.7% US Market up 11.0% Canada down 16.7% Europe down 7.4% Cruise Passenger down by 36.5% TOURIST (Stopover Arrivals) Stopover arrivals in September 2018 were 134,910, an increase of 2.7% over the 131,416 recorded in September 2017 and a 12.1% increase over the 120,340 in For the five months of summer, May to September, arrivals increased by 5.9%, with 1,022,746 stopovers compared to 965,708 in Cumula vely, the Canadian market with 293,448 has declined by 0.1% below the 293,692 visitors in The top producing provinces of Ontario with 205,820 rose by 1.0%, and Quebec, with 38,602 visitors rose by 9.6%. Europe The European market region recorded a decrease of 7.4% in September 2018, with 22,156 stopover arrivals compared to the 23,919 recorded in September For the January to September period, arrivals increased by 5.5%, with 1,852,482 stopovers compared to 1,756,673 in United States USA 66.4% Stopover arrivals from the United States market recorded a notable increase of 11.0% in September 2018, with a total of 86,062 arrivals compared to the 77,566 arrivals who visited in September With the excep on of the Midwest region, which declined by 0.9% with 13,044 arrivals, all the remaining US marke ng regions recorded increases in arrivals. The Northeast with 33,862 increased by 9.0%, the South with 27,894 rose by 17.5%, and the West with 11,262 up by 17.4%. For the summer period, May to September 2018, the US market region recorded a 8.0% increase in arrivals, with 718,531 visitors compared to the 665,529 visitors during the same period in The Northeast increased by 6.2%, the South grew by 10.2%, the Midwest increased by 7.4% and the West increased by 9.2%. MARKET SHARE January September 2018 All Other 2.0% Canada 15.8% UK 8.6% Europe 4.5% Caribbean 2.7% In the Northern European region, the main visitor producing country, the United Kingdom, with 15,374 arrivals, declined by 8.9%. In the South-Western European region, Germany with 2,666 visitor arrivals declined by 3.5%, Spain with 614 fell by 27.9%, Italy with 522 grew by 2.4%, and the Netherlands with 519 arrivals fell by 1.1%. Stopover arrivals from Central-East Europe with 661 arrivals grew by 82.6%. For the summer period, May to September 2018, arrivals from Europe have grown by 1.3%, with 132,160 arrivals compared to 130,469 in For the January to September 2018 period, arrivals from the European market region grew by 1.5%. Total stopover arrivals were 242,761 compared to 239,228 in Northern Europe fell by 3.4%, moving down from 172,381 in 2017 to 166,461 in Arrivals from the South/West region has grown by 11.5% with 67,939 arrivals, and those from the Central/East region has increased by a notable 41.0% with 8,362 arrivals. Year-to-date, January to September 2018, the US market region has grown by 7.7%, with 1,229,133 visitors, which is 88,132 more visitors compared to the 1,141,001 visitors that arrived in 2017 and 145,999 or 13.5% more than the 1,083,134 in The Northeast has grown by 6.2%, the South by 9.6%, the Midwest up by 7.8%, and the West up by 8.7%. Canada In September 2018, the Canadian market recorded a significant decrease in arrivals of 16.7%, with 18,559 stopovers compared to 22,269 in September Stopover arrivals from Atlan c Canada fell by 50.6%; the main provinces of Newfoundland and Nova Sco a decreased by 59.5% and 44.8% respec vely over September Stopover arrivals from Central Canada fell by 16.1%; the leading province of Ontario fell by 17.2%, and the second most important Canadian province of Quebec declined by 10.4%. Stopover arrivals from Western Canada fell by 10.2%; the main province of Alberta recorded declined by 13.9%, and the arrivals from Bri sh Columbia declined by 5.1%. For the first five months of Summer 2018, May to September, arrivals from Canada are down by 0.2% with 121,396 stopovers compared to 121,615 during the same period in Latin America Arrivals from La n America increased by 7.7% in September 2018, with a total of 2,372 stopovers compared to 2,203 in September From the Central American region, stopover arrivals rose by 20.4% with 860 arrivals. Mexico with 344 arrivals rose by 10.6%, and Panama with 189 grew by 22.7%. From the South American region, stopover arrivals grew by 1.5% with 1,512 arrivals. Chile with 444 fell by 5.7%, Argen na with 260 arrivals down by 1.9%, and Colombia with 230 arrivals increased by 0.4%. For the summer period, May to September 2018, arrivals from La n America grew by 5.5%, with 14,250 arrivals compared to 13,511 in Cumula vely, January to September 2018, stopover arrivals from La n America increased by 8.3%, with a total of 26,042 arrivals compared to 24,051 in Stopovers from Central America grew by 4.4%. The main producing countries of Mexico declined by 1.8% and Panama increased by 8.2%. Stopover from South America increased by 9.8% with 19,053 arrivals. The top producing countries of Argen na with 5,055 grew by 18.7%, Chile with 4,330 grew by 1.9% and Brazil with 4,179 grew by 17.9%,.

2 The Caribbean Stopover arrivals to Jamaica from the Caribbean region grew by 8.3% in September 2018 with a total of 4,809 visitors, compared to 4,443 in September The Cayman Islands and Trinidad & Tobago con nued to be the major visitor producing Caribbean countries in September 2018 with 1,336 and 832 stopover arrivals, respec vely. Year to date, stopovers for the January - September period grew by 7.2% moving up from 46,860 in 2017 to 50,216 in 2018 Asia The Asian market fell by 2.8% in September 2018 with a total of 589 stopovers compared to 606 in September China, India, and Japan, are the major visitor-producing countries with 218, 185 and 95 stopovers arriving from each country, respec vely. For the January - September 2018 period, stop-over arrivals from Asia fell by 15.4%, with 5,951 arrivals compared to 7,032 arrivals in Other Countries Overall, stopover arrivals from other countries rose by 2.5% with 4,931 arrivals, for the January - September 2018 period. Of the Other Countries, Australia provided the most stopover arrivals to Jamaica, with 1,664 visitors in 2018 compared to 1,889 in This represents a decrease of 11.9%. Market Share The market share of stopover visitors for January to September 2018 was as follows: USA 66.4%; Canada 15.8%; UK 8.6%; Con nental Europe 4.5%, the Caribbean 2.7%; and the others, including La n America and Asia 2.0%. Page 2 A total of 84,228 cruise passengers visited Jamaica in September This represented a 36.5% decrease over the 132,551 who visited in September Thousands Cruise Passengers 1,400 1,200 1, CRUISE PASSENGER ARRIVALS BY PORT JANUARY SEPTEMBER 1, For September 2018, Cruise passengers visi ng the port of Falmouth fell by 42.5% with 36,177 passengers. Those visi ng the port of Montego Bay declined by 23.0% with 26,965 passengers and those visi ng Ocho Rios fell by 39.1% with 21,086 passengers. The period January - September 2018 saw 1,324,063 cruise passenger arrivals visi ng the three major ports, which was a decrease of 6,280 passengers or 0.5%. Length of Stay 1, , MoBay Ocho Rios Falmouth Total The average length of stay of Foreign Na onal arrivals in September 2018 was 8.4 nights, compared to 8.6 nights in September The average length of stay in hotels was 6.2 nights in September 2018, compared to 6.5 nights in September The average length of stay of Non Resident Jamaican arrivals in September 2018 was 17.1 nights compared to 17.8 in September The average length of stay in hotels in September 2018 was 7.2 nights, compared to 7.5 in September Year to date, January to September 2018, the average length of stay for Foreign Na onals in all types of accommoda on was 8.0 nights compared to 8.3 nights during the same period in For the Non-Resident Jamaican arrivals the average length of stay was 16.6 nights compared to 16.4 nights in Purpose of Visit During the month of September 2018, 88.5% or 110,295 of the 124,690 Foreign Na onals visited Jamaica for Leisure, 5.5% were on Business, 5.2% were on Other purposes of travel and 0.8% did not state their purpose of travel. A total of 7,543 or 73.8% of the 10,220 Non Resident Jamaicans were visi ng for Leisure, 4.8% were on Business, 17.2% were on Other purposes of travel and 4.2% failed to provide a reason for travel. Year to date January to September 2018, 90.9% or a total of 1,685,137 of the total stopover arrivals of 1,852,482 visited Jamaica for Leisure, 3.8% were on Business, 4.6% were on Other purposes of travel and 0.7% did not state their purpose of travel. Intended Resort Area of Stay Of the 134,910 stopover arrivals visi ng Jamaica in September 2018, the resort area of Montego Bay welcomed 49,479 arrivals or 36.7%; Ocho Rios received 27,669 or 20.5%, Negril welcomed 24,627 or 7.3%; and 14,886 or 11.0% visited Kingston. The remaining 13.6% stayed in the Mandeville/South Coast, Port Antonio resort regions and Other areas in Jamaica. Between January and September 2018, the distribu on remains the same and the combina on of Montego Bay, Negril, and Ocho Rios accounted for 1,437,099 or 77.6% of the stopover arrivals. Type of Airlines used Of the 1,852,482 stopover visitors to Jamaica in the period of January to September 2018, 1,712,832 or 92.5% used scheduled airlines, while 139,650 or 7.5% used chartered flights. During the corresponding period in 2017 the percentage distribu on was: 92.3% used scheduled airlines and 7.7% used chartered flights. Monthly Statistical Report

3 TABLE 1 VISITOR ARRIVALS Total Stopover Arrivals +/ Cruise Passengers +/ Visitor Arrivals +/ Month / / /17 January 185, , % 205, , % 391, , % February 186, , % 192, , % 379, , % March 212, , % 234, , % 446, , % Jan. Mar. 585, , % 632, , % 1,217,870 1,298, % April 205, , % 141, , % 347, , % May 181, , % 110, , % 292, , % June 211, , % 93,453 92, % 304, , % Apr. Jun. 598, , % 345, , % 944, , % July 248, , % 110, , % 358, , % August 192, , % 109, , % 301, , % September 131, , % 132,551 84, % 263, , % Jul. Sep. 572, , % 351, , % 924, , % Jan. Sep. 1,756,673 1,852, % 1,330,343 1,324, % 3,087,016 3,176, % p. 1

4 TABLE 1a TOURIST ARRIVALS January - Sepember 2018 < Stopovers > Total Foreign +/- +/- Non-Resident +/- +/- Stopover +/- +/- Month Nationals 2018/ /16 Jamaicans 2018/ /16 Arrivals 2018/ /16 January 183, % 8.4% 10, % 8.6% 194, % 8.4% February 183, % 4.6% 10, % 2.5% 193, % 4.5% March 221, % 8.4% 14, % 0.2% 236, % 7.8% April 191, % 8.5% 12, % 9.6% 204, % 8.6% Jan.-Apr. 781, % 7.5% 48, % 4.9% 829, % 7.3% May 183, % 16.7% 11, % 11.9% 195, % 16.4% June 213, % 19.2% 15, % 5.2% 229, % 18.1% July 236, % 13.3% 20, % 6.3% 257, % 12.7% August 190, % 22.5% 15, % 15.4% 206, % 21.9% September 124, % 12.4% 10, % 8.3% 134, % 12.1% May - Sep. 948, % 16.9% 73, % 9.0% 1,022, % 16.3% Jan.- Sep. 1,730, % 12.4% 122, % 7.3% 1,852, % 12.1% p. 2

5 STOPOVER ARRIVALS FOREIGN NATIONALS (Thousands) JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC FIG. 1 STOPOVER ARRIVALS NON-RESIDENT JAMAICANS (Thousands) JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC FIG. 1a P. 3

6 STOPOVER ARRIVALS BY PURPOSE OF VISIT JANUARY - SEPTEMBER 2018 Visiting Friends & Relatives 15.0% Vacation 68.1% Business 3.7% Convention/Meeting 1.0% Honeymoon/Wedding 7.9% Not Stated 0.7% Other 4.6% January - September Fig. 1b STOPOVER ARRIVALS BY PURPOSE OF VISIT Foreign Nationals Non Resident Jamaicans % Share Total % Share 2018 % Share Vacation 1,229, % 30, % 1,260, % Visiting Friends & Relatives 213, % 64, % 277, % Business 64, % 4, % 68, % Convention/Meeting % % 1, % Honeymoon/Wedding 143, % 2, % 146, % Other 68, % 16, % 85, % Not Stated 9, % 3, % 12, % TOTAL 1,730, % 122, % 1,852, % P. 4

7 p. 5 TABLE 1.2 STOPOVER ARRIVALS BY MARKET REGION AND MONTH OF ARRIVAL 2018 U.S.A. U.K. Latin Other Northeast Mid-West South West Total Canada Europe America Caribbean Asia Countries Total January 43,957 32,933 22,590 10, ,396 46,815 28,928 3,229 4, ,609 February 49,440 34,434 22,698 9, ,512 41,925 27,106 3,023 3, ,575 March 61,175 38,735 37,435 16, ,484 43,839 29,084 2,811 6, ,818 April 59,488 23,189 32,869 14, ,210 39,473 25,483 2,729 5, ,734 Jan.-Apr. 214, , ,592 51, , , ,601 11,792 20,008 2,632 2, ,736 May 53,265 22,737 39,229 18, ,187 28,198 23,973 2,992 5, ,491 June 63,703 28,059 53,290 28, ,109 22,364 24,073 2,712 5, ,261 July 80,115 24,530 53,379 28, ,582 26,225 31,511 3,339 7, ,050 August 71,211 16,182 34,518 16, ,591 26,050 30,447 2,835 6, ,034 September 33,862 13,044 27,894 11,262 86,062 18,559 22,156 2,372 4, ,910 May - Sep. 302, , , , , , ,160 14,250 30,208 3,319 2,882 1,022,746 Jan. - Sep. 516, , , ,172 1,229, , ,761 26,042 50,216 5,951 4,931 1,852,482 +/- % 6.2% 7.8% 9.6% 8.7% 7.7% -0.1% 1.5% 8.3% 7.2% -15.4% 2.5% 5.5%

8 TABLE 2 TOTAL STOPOVER ARRIVALS BY PERMANENT RESIDENCE U.S.A. NORTHEAST SEPTEMBER JANUARY - SEPTEMBER % C h a n g e % C h a n g e / / / / / /15 Connecticut 1,570 1,774 1,809 1, ,137 27,561 26,403 28, Delaware ,171 5,318 5,734 6, Maine ,698 3,505 3,774 3, Maryland 3,332 3,168 3,630 4, ,117 43,120 48,479 54, Massachusetts 1,472 1,635 1,886 1, ,459 29,964 31,976 34, New Hamshire ,575 4,737 5,214 5, New Jersey 3,293 3,590 3,612 3, ,111 61,675 63,969 64, New York 12,146 12,371 12,960 14, , , , , Pennsylvania 3,536 3,296 3,612 3, ,723 58,647 59,409 61, Rhode Island ,605 3,571 3,700 3, Vermont ,801 1,962 1,996 2, Virginia 1,802 1,836 1,933 2, ,656 27,051 28,934 33, Washington D.C ,297 5,722 5,945 6, West Virginia ,592 2,729 2,692 3, Total 28,781 29,306 31,073 33, , , , , MIDWEST Illinois 2,502 2,722 2,978 2, ,894 46,256 46,256 49, Indiana 1,070 1,280 1,349 1, ,940 14,853 16,211 18, Iowa ,689 10,997 10,943 11, Kansas ,153 6,450 6,976 7, Kentucky ,725 7,473 8,300 8, Michigan 1,349 1,233 1,452 1, ,724 23,509 26,547 28, Minnesota ,293 17,939 17,925 19, Missouri 995 1,283 1,604 1, ,501 15,765 18,328 18, Nebraska ,007 6,371 7,401 7, North Dakota ,877 2,606 2,804 3, Ohio 1,818 1,894 2,293 2, ,901 25,951 29,942 31, South Dakota ,544 2,705 2,729 2, Wisconsin ,757 20,816 22,480 25, Total 10,834 11,518 13,162 13, , , , , p. 5

9 TABLE 2 TOTAL STOPOVER ARRIVALS BY PERMANENT RESIDENCE SEPTEMBER JANUARY - SEPTEMBER % C h a n g e % C h a n g e / / / / / /15 SOUTH Alabama ,518 7,489 8,975 9, Arkansas ,517 3,588 4,041 4, Florida 12,524 13,955 12,417 15, , , , , Georgia 4,170 4,139 4,642 5, ,980 49,115 53,189 59, Louisiana ,543 7,617 8,808 9, Mississippi ,368 3,496 4,227 4, North Carolina 1,860 2,473 2,196 2, ,054 25,508 29,064 30, South Carolina 917 1,024 1,054 1, ,764 11,251 12,779 13, Tennessee 1,004 1,150 1,372 1, ,789 13,357 15,303 16, Total 22,097 24,646 23,741 27, , , , , WEST Alaska Arizona ,591 5,956 6,494 7, California 2,597 3,004 2,639 3, ,364 39,178 42,760 43, Colorado ,597 9,214 10,153 11, Hawaii Idaho ,085 1, Montana , Nevada ,752 3,432 3,902 4, New Mexico ,156 1,563 1,632 1, Oklahoma ,769 6,506 6,741 7, Oregon ,535 2,543 2,782 2, Texas 3,054 3,982 3,915 4, ,743 55,314 56,782 64, Utah ,236 2,445 2,481 2, Washington ,006 5,290 5,428 5, Wyoming Total 8,166 9,723 9,590 11, , , , , TOTAL U.S.A. 69,878 75,193 77,566 86, ,030,383 1,083,134 1,141,001 1,229, p. 6

10 TABLE 2 TOTAL STOPOVER ARRIVALS BY PERMANENT RESIDENCE SEPTEMBER JANUARY - SEPTEMBER % C h a n g e % C h a n g e / / / / / /15 CANADA Atlantic Canada New Brunswick ,473 3,829 3,243 3, Newfoundland ,707 5,056 5,040 3, Nova Scotia ,801 7,207 6,537 6, P.E. Island Total ,662 16,888 15,462 14, Central Canada Ontario 11,780 12,960 16,122 13, , , , , Quebec 2,181 2,009 3,210 2, ,197 32,080 35,234 38, Total 13,961 14,969 19,332 16, , , , , Western Canada Alberta 1,165 1,365 1,322 1, ,610 18,174 18,569 15, British Columbia ,981 7,160 7,311 7, Manitoba ,320 6,929 7,070 6, Saskatchewan ,294 6,052 5,949 4, Other Canada Total 1,901 2,176 2,198 1, ,556 38,712 39,256 34, Total Canada 16,535 17,732 22,269 18, , , , , EUROPE Northern Europe U.K. 15,431 15,977 16,873 15, , , , , Denmark ,405 1, Finland ,994 1, Ireland ,873 3,140 2,609 1, Norway , Sweden ,873 7,897 5,769 3, Total 15,744 16,245 17,240 15, , , , , Southern Europe Greece Italy ,499 9,364 10,120 10, Portugal ,485 3, Spain ,173 2,486 6,658 5, Western Europe Austria ,639 1,525 1,782 2, Belgium ,890 4,164 4,455 4, France ,913 3,928 5,381 6, Germany 1,251 1,153 2,763 2, ,626 14,142 20,102 25, Luxemburg Netherlands ,677 4,585 5,695 6, Switzerland ,342 2,406 2,865 2, Total 3,160 3,302 6,317 5, ,852 43,306 60,916 67, Central/East Europe Czech Republic , Hungary Poland ,731 3, Russia Ukraine Other Europe ,740 1,514 1,499 1, Total ,152 3,933 5,931 8, Total Europe 19,179 19,856 23,919 22, , , , , p. 7

11 TABLE 2 TOTAL STOPOVER ARRIVALS BY PERMANENT RESIDENCE SEPTEMBER JANUARY - SEPTEMBER % C h a n g e % C h a n g e / / / / / /15 LATIN AMERICA CENTRAL AMERICA Mexico ,233 3,455 2,900 2, Belize Costa Rica ,022 2, El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Nicaragua Panama ,463 1,192 1,494 1, Total ,138 7,952 6,697 6, SOUTH AMERICA Argentina ,738 2,461 4,258 5, Bolivia Brazil ,312 1,625 3,545 4, Chile ,947 3,495 4,249 4, Colombia ,924 1,928 1,861 2, Ecuador , Paraguay Peru ,178 1,322 1,334 1, Uruguay Venezuela Other South America Total 1,526 1,144 1,489 1, ,245 12,576 17,354 19, Total Latin America 2,470 1,909 2,203 2, ,383 20,528 24,051 26, p. 8

12 TABLE 2 TOTAL STOPOVER ARRIVALS BY PERMANENT RESIDENCE SEPTEMBER JANUARY - SEPTEMBER % C h a n g e % C h a n g e / / / / / /15 CARIBBEAN Antigua ,563 1,875 1,693 1, Bahamas ,968 4,361 4,355 4, Barbados ,172 3,384 3,077 3, Bermuda ,773 1,778 1,669 1, British Virgin Is Cayman Is. 1,179 1,227 1,252 1, ,026 12,565 13,049 13, Dominica Grenada Guyana ,679 1,581 1,568 1, Monsterrat St. Kitts/Nevis/Anguilla St. Lucia St. Vincent Turks & Caicos Is ,474 2,669 2,620 2, Trinidad & Tobago ,506 8,711 7,843 8, Comm. Caribbean 3,833 3,622 3,839 3, ,627 40,627 39,375 41, Aruba Cuba ,532 1,801 2,070 2, Curacao Dominican Rep ,655 1,744 1,426 1, Guadelope Haiti Puerto Rico ,128 1,179 1,169 1, St. Maarten , , Surinam All other Caribbean Other Caribbean ,380 8,143 7,485 8, TOTAL CARIBBEAN 4,769 4,498 4,443 4, ,007 48,770 46,860 50, ASIA India ,422 1,372 1,456 1, Pakistan Japan ,671 1,357 1,364 1, China ,740 2,972 2,961 2, Taiwan Korea Philippines Singapore Other Asia Total Asia ,964 6,829 7,032 5, OTHER COUNTRIES African Countries ,151 1,115 1,132 1, Israel Saudi Arabia Turkey Other Middle East Australia ,241 1,938 1,889 1, New Zealand All Other Ctries Total ,216 4,753 4,809 4, GRAND TOTAL 114, , , , ,611,179 1,652,612 1,756,673 1,852, p. 9

13 STOPOVER VISITORS BY MARKET SHARE JANUARY - SEPTEMBER 2018 CANADA 15.8% UK 8.6% U.S.A. 66.4% EUROPE 4.5% OTHERS 2.0% CARIBBEAN 2.7% Fig. 2 September % Jan. - Sep. % Jan. - Sep. % %Change Country 2018 Share 2018 Share 2017 Share 2018/17 U.S.A 86, % 1,229, % 1,141, % 7.7% CANADA 18, % 293, % 293, % -0.1% U.K. 15, % 159, % 161, % -1.4% EUROPE 6, % 83, % 77, % 7.5% CARIBBEAN 4, % 50, % 46, % 7.2% OTHERS 3, % 36, % 35, % 2.9% Total 134, % 1,852, % 1,756, % 5.5% P. 11

14 TABLE 3 AVERAGE LENGTH OF STAY (Nights) FOREIGN NATIONALS NON-RESIDENT JAMAICANS All Types of All Types of Accommodation Hotel Accommodation Hotel January February March April May June July August September Jan.-Sep Note: LENGTH OF STAY IS BASED ON "INTENDED" LENGTH OF STAY p. 12

15 STOPOVER ARRIVALS BY AGE JANUARY - SEPTEMBER 2018 P E R C E N T A G E Under and and and and 64 Over 64 Age Range Fig. 3 AGE DISTRIBUTION OF STOPOVER ARRIVALS Age SEPTEMBER JAN. - SEP. JAN. - SEP. %Change Range 2018 % Share 2018 % Share 2017 % Share 2018/17 Under 18 7, , , % 18 and 24 7, , , % 25 and 34 30, , , % 35 and 49 40, , , % 50 and 64 37, , , % Over 64 12, , , % Total 134, ,852, ,756, % p. 13

16 TABLE 4 CRUISE PASSENGER ARRIVALS BY MONTH AND PORT OF CALL JANUARY - SEPTEMBER % Change % Change % Change % Change MONTEGO BAY 2018/17 FALMOUTH 2018/17 OCHO RIOS 2018/17 TOTAL TOTAL 2018/17 CALLS PAX CALLS PAX CALLS PAX CALLS PAX CALLS PAX CALLS PAX CALLS PAX CALLS PAX CALLS PAX January 36 65, % -2.4% , % 44.8% 25 76, % 19.3% , , % 21.3% February 29 56, % 12.2% 18 83, % 11.7% 21 70, % 4.8% , , % 9.3% March 29 61, % -14.0% , % 4.0% 15 51, % -22.4% , , % -9.0% April 9 23, % -36.7% 15 74, % 4.0% 11 41, % 25.0% , , % -1.8% Jan. - Apr , % -8.4% , % 15.3% , % 3.9% , , % 4.9% May 11 37, % 11.5% 11 55, % 28.1% 8 31, % -6.1% , , % 12.7% June 8 29, % 24.2% 6 29, % -22.6% 8 32, % 4.3% 23 92, , % -1.2% July 8 30, % -5.8% 6 32, % -23.9% 11 41, % 17.4% , , % -5.4% August 9 34, % 26.3% 7 36, % -26.2% 10 35, % 7.4% , , % -3.0% September 8 26, % -23.0% 8 36, % -42.5% 6 21, % -39.1% 22 84, , % -36.5% May -Sep , % 4.5% , % -19.5% , % -3.4% , , % -8.0% Jan. - Sep , % -3.2% , % 0.4% , % 0.8% 382 1,324, ,330, % -0.5% Source: Port Authority of Jamaica, Cruise Vessels Information Sheet * Note: 1. During the month of January, 1 ship with 107 passengers visited the port in Port Antonio. 2. During the month of March, 1 ship with 431 passengers visited the port in Port Antonio. 3. During the month of June, 1 ship with 471 passengers visited the port in Port Antonio. p. 14

17 CRUISE PASSENGER ARRIVALS Thousands JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC FIG. 4 Cruise Passengers By Month & Port Thousands JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC Mobay Falmouth Ocho Rios Port Antonio & Kingston FIG. 4a p. 15

18 TABLE 5A LANDED TOURISTS BY SCHEDULED & CHARTERED SEPTEMBER 2017 JANUARY - SEPTEMBER 2018 U.S.A. NORTHEAST SCHEDULED CHARTERED TOTAL STOPOVERS SCHEDULED CHARTERED TOTAL STOPOVERS Connecticut 1, ,872 28, ,622 Delaware , ,080 Maine , ,966 Maryland 4, ,099 54, ,296 Massachusetts 1, ,698 34, ,585 New Hamshire , ,738 New Jersey 3, ,879 64, ,942 New York 14, , , ,584 Pennsylvania 3, ,965 61, ,710 Rhode Island , ,978 Vermont , ,049 Virginia 2, ,331 33, ,147 Washington D.C , ,485 West Virginia , ,034 Total 33, , ,948 1, ,216 MIDWEST Illinois 2, ,997 47,187 2,769 49,956 Indiana 1, ,334 18, ,329 Iowa ,331 1,143 11,474 Kansas , ,503 Kentucky , ,730 Michigan 1, ,534 27,204 1,584 28,788 Minnesota ,775 7,374 19,149 Missouri 1, ,580 14,762 4,172 18,934 Nebraska , ,406 North Dakota , ,053 Ohio 2, ,270 30,165 1,623 31,788 South Dakota , ,940 Wisconsin ,942 5,851 25,793 Total 12, , ,943 25, ,843 P. 15

19 TABLE 5A LANDED TOURISTS BY SCHEDULED & CHARTERED SEPTEMBER 2017 JANUARY - SEPTEMBER 2018 SCHEDULED CHARTERED TOTAL STOPOVERS SCHEDULED CHARTERED TOTAL STOPOVERS SOUTH (MIAMI) SOUTH Alabama , ,740 Arkansas , ,254 Florida 15, , , ,566 Georgia 5, ,384 58, ,782 Louisiana , ,818 Mississippi , ,723 North Carolina 2, ,343 30, ,586 South Carolina 1, ,057 13, ,654 Tennessee 1, ,396 16, ,779 Total 27, , ,456 2, ,902 WEST (LOS ANGELES) WEST Alaska Arizona , ,236 California 3, ,066 43, ,995 Colorado , ,140 Hawaii Idaho , ,147 Montana , ,100 Nevada , ,230 New Mexico , ,772 Oklahoma , ,004 Oregon , ,877 Texas 4, ,628 64, ,684 Utah , ,782 Washington , ,747 Wyoming Total 11, , , ,172 TOTAL U.S.A. 85, ,062 1,198,812 30,321 1,229,133 P. 16

20 TABLE 5A LANDED TOURISTS BY SCHEDULED & CHARTERED SEPTEMBER 2017 JANUARY - SEPTEMBER 2018 SCHEDULED CHARTERED TOTAL STOPOVERS SCHEDULED CHARTERED TOTAL STOPOVERS CANADA Atlantic Canada New Brunswick , ,759 Newfoundland , ,655 Nova Scotia , ,109 P.E. Island Total , ,118 Central Canada Ontario 13, , , ,820 Quebec 2, ,875 38, ,602 Total 16, , , ,422 Western Canada Alberta 1, ,138 15, ,997 British Columbia , ,674 Manitoba , ,114 Saskatchewan , ,843 Northwest Territories Total 1, ,974 34, ,908 Total 18, , , ,448 EUROPE Northern Europe U.K. 6,290 9,084 15,374 77,558 82, ,637 Denmark Finland Ireland , ,831 Norway Sweden ,259 1,959 3,218 Sub-Total 6,545 9,167 15,712 81,682 84, ,460 Southern Europe Greece Italy , ,536 Portugal ,891 3,227 Spain ,903 2,665 5,568 Western Europe Austria , ,115 Belgium , ,510 France , ,648 Germany 964 1,702 2,666 13,189 12,021 25,210 Luxemburg , ,133 Netherlands , ,082 Switzerland , ,734 Sub-Total 3,377 2,406 5,783 48,106 19,833 67,939 Central/East Europe Czechoslovakia Hungary Poland , ,956 Russia Ukraine Other Europe , ,836 Sub-Total ,826 1,536 8,362 Total 10,298 11,858 22, , , ,761 P. 17

21 TABLE 5A LANDED TOURISTS BY SCHEDULED & CHARTERED SEPTEMBER 2017 JANUARY - SEPTEMBER 2018 SCHEDULED CHARTERED TOTAL STOPOVERS SCHEDULED CHARTERED TOTAL STOPOVERS OTHER COUNTRIES CENTRAL AMERICA Mexico , ,849 Belize Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras Nicaragua Panama , ,616 Total , ,989 SOUTH AMERICA Argentina , ,055 Bolivia Brazil , ,179 Chile , ,330 Colombia , ,176 Ecuador Paraguay Peru , ,539 Uruguay Venezuela Other South America Total 1, ,512 18, ,053 Total Latin America 2, ,372 25, ,042 P. 18

22 TABLE 5A LANDED TOURISTS BY SCHEDULED & CHARTERED SEPTEMBER 2017 JANUARY - SEPTEMBER 2018 SCHEDULED CHARTERED TOTAL STOPOVERS SCHEDULED CHARTERED TOTAL STOPOVERS CARIBBEAN Antigua , ,686 Bahamas , ,471 Barbados , ,580 Bermuda , ,934 British Virgin Is Cayman Is. 1, ,336 13, ,353 Dominica Grenada Guyana , ,813 Montserrat St. Kitts/Nevis/Anguilla St. Lucia St. Vincent Turks & Caicos Is , ,968 Trinidad & Tobago , ,095 Comm. Caribbean 3, ,955 41, ,546 Aruba Cuba ,150 2,815 Curacao Dominican Republic , ,650 Guadelope Haiti Puerto Rico , ,087 St. Maarten , ,061 Surinam All other Caribbean Other Caribbean ,331 2,339 8,670 TOTAL CARIBBEAN 4, ,809 47,602 2,614 50,216 OTHER COUNTRIES India , ,231 Pakistan Japan , ,124 China , ,518 Taiwan Korea Philippines Singapore Other Asia Asia , ,951 African Countries , ,278 Israel Saudi Arabia Turkey Other Middle East Australia , ,664 New Zealand All Other Ctries Total , ,931 GRAND TOTAL 122,207 12, ,910 1,712, ,650 1,852,482 P. 19

23 STOPOVER ARRIVALS BY INTENDED RESORT AREA OF STAY JANUARY - SEPTEMBER 2018 Montego Bay Ocho Rios Negril Kingston Mdvle/S. Coast Port Antonio Other 1.0% 5.2% 6.5% 9.7% 18.8% 23.2% 35.6% 0.0% 5.0% 10.0% 15.0% 20.0% 25.0% 30.0% 35.0% 40.0% PERCENTAGE Fig. 5 STOPOVER ARRIVALS BY INTENDED AREA OF STAY SEPTEMBER JANUARY - SEPTEMBER JANUARY - SEPTEMBER %Change LENGTH OF LENGTH OF LENGTH OF 2018/17 Area 2018 %Share STAY 2018 %Share STAY 2017 %Share STAY ARRIVALS Montego Bay 49, % , % , % % Ocho Rios 27, % , % , % % Negril 24, % , % , % % Kingston 14, % , % , % % Mdvle/S. Coast 7, % , % , % % Port Antonio 1, % , % , % % Other 9, % , % , % % Total 134, % 8.6 1,852, % 8.5 1,756, % % p. 21

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