Jamaica, Strike, Level 3: Air traffic control strike at the country’s two main airports – Jamaica [Update 1]

Update 2022-05-12: The British FCDO reports that due to a shortage of air traffic controllers Jamaican airspace is effectively closed.

2022-05-12: On Thursday (12 May), air traffic controllers at Jamaica’s two main airports (Norman Manley International Airport in Kingston and the Sangster International Airport in St James) will be on strike.
In case of a strike, major air traffic disruptions are to be expected. Delays and flight cancellations are likely. Before and after official strike hours, disruptions are also possible due to organisational reasons. Passengers are advised to contact their airline or tour operator about the current flight status in advance to their journey to the airport and to schedule additional time for their journey.