New CI web portal launched

Cayman Free Press teamed up with Cayman Airways today to unveil its new Internet portal.

‘By signing up at, I’ve already downloaded the new toolbar and viewed,’ said Mike Adam, CEO of Cayman Airways.

Mike Adam, right

Mike Adam, managing director of Cayman Airways, reviews the Cayman Airways free flights giveaway on, with Andrea Wong-Sam, sales associate at Cayman Free Press. Photo: Claire Kelly

‘I now have all my business news I usually have to surf for all in one place every morning. But I am particularly pleased that Cayman Airways has teamed up with Cayman Free Press to offer trips to Miami, Boston, Chicago and Houston to mark the launch of this new Cayman-centric Internet service.

‘We look forward to users in Cayman logging on, winning prizes such as the airlines tickets as well as those consumers benefiting from improved access to existing services and world class technologies.’

Andrea Wong-Sam, sales associate at Cayman Free Press, described the new portal as a significant development in the Cayman Islands communications market.

‘To remain competitive in the fast evolving online communications market, we must continue to innovate and offer customers additional value. is the first offering from our new portal, It will ensure customers enjoy new online services and products straight from the international business news leaders, with the added benefit of getting breaking Cayman news and updates without ever having to search.

‘With, we can deliver to Cayman Islands consumers not only an advanced, convenient and accessible Internet service pertinent to Cayman, but one that includes all the major international news leaders., the Cayman Islands Journal online, is the first example of this.”

Logging on to will offer Cayman Islanders the best local and global internet experience specially tailored to local market needs and interests.

To celebrate the news, Cayman Airways is giving tickets to Miami, Chicago, Houston and Boston to users here that sign up to the service.

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