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Norman Manley International Airport is located in Kingston, Jamaica. The airport was named in honor of Norman Washington Manley. In a week large numbers of over 130 international flights depart from Norman Manley International Airport. On one side the Airport fronts the city and on other side, the Caribbean Sea. It is Jamaica’s primary airport. Along with this Kingston is served by many other airports such as Domestic Airport known as Tinson Pen Aerodrome and Military Airport named as Up Park Camp. The NMIA has two phrases phase 1A and 1B, and the extension of the building as phase 2 is in process. The airport consists of all the facilities including security screening station with space to accommodate explosives detection equipment, retail concession, departure lounge and out-going immigration. The passenger terminal at Norman Manley International Airport at present provides a good number of food and drink establishments, and shops.