Seat sale to Jamaica

Cayman Airways is offering a round-trip fare sale for its passengers travelling from any of the Cayman Islands to Jamaica.

Cayman Airways’ summer 2005 schedule, effective 3 April, will increase to eight weekly round-trips to Jamaica with daily 7am departure Monday through Saturday, and a 7pm departure on Fridays and Sundays. Montego Bay will now have a fourth service on Saturday mornings in addition to the present Monday, Wednesday and Friday flights.

Travel to Kingston/Montego Bay from within the Cayman Islands mid-week (Tuesday to Thursday) will have a base fare of US$169, and weekend (Friday to Monday) travel will have a base fare of $189.

The sale runs to 21 March with the period for travel is 3 April through 30 June.

Jamaica will be the home of several events in the upcoming months:

Spring Break 2005 – The Spring Break party season begins in Montego Bay on 21 February and continues until 18 April.

Terrell Buckley Celebrity Golf Weekend in Jamaica – The NFL defensive all-star, Terrell Buckley will play host to a Celebrity Golf Weekend scheduled for 15-17April. Come play, dance and unwind with T-Buck and a few of his friends in the beautiful city of Montego Bay, Jamaica

Cable & Wireless 2005 Home Series – Jamaica The South African tour of the West Indies – 1st One Day International on 7 May 7 and the 2nd One Day International on 8 May at Sabina Park.

Jamaica Chicken Festival – On Labour Day weekend all roads lead to Jamaica’s premier beach venue for the exciting Food Festival featuring our favourite meat – chicken! You name the cuisine -curried, stewed, jerk and more, interesting recipes, culinary competitions and demos.

Calabash International Literary Festival 2005 – A festival in the truest sense ‘earthy, inspirational, daring and diverse’ the annual Calabash International Literary Festival will take place at Jake’s, a funky Island Outpost resort on Jamaica’s untamed south coast.

For additional information, contact your travel agent or Cayman Airways at 949-2311 or visit

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