Disney marks 50 years

Ten Disney theme parks around the world have joined together for a global celebration to mark the 50th anniversary of Disneyland in Southern California.

Walt Disney World Orlando, Florida with its most sensational event ever, pays homage to 50 years of Disneyland and international Disney theme park magic, says a Cayman Airways’ press release.

‘Memories that last a lifetime are only one hour and 40 minutes away thanks to Cayman Airways’ non-stop service between Grand Cayman and Orlando,’ it says.

Your ticket to a fun-filled affordable summer vacation getaway is available for less than $250 from Grand Cayman if you book now.

‘For travel from Cayman Brac or Little Cayman add only $50 to this great low fare,’ it says.

The schedule is as follows:

Flight KX2520 departs Grand Cayman for Orlando at 1.10pm, arriving at 3.50pm Mondays and Fridays.

Flight KX2521 departs Orlando for Grand Cayman at 5pm and arrives at 5.40pm Mondays and Fridays. These are in effect from June 30 through September 4.

The price is round-trip airfare only (does not include applicable taxes and surcharges).

Each of the four Walt Disney World theme parks will feature an attraction or show imported from Disney’s parks around the globe – plus a unique new attraction will be created just for the Florida resort.

‘Guests to the Magic Kingdom will see a favorite princess begin her Happily-Ever-After life during the magnificent, musical coronation of ‘Cinderellabration,’ direct from Tokyo,’ the release says.

At EPCOT, guests will take flight over the Golden State with the opening of Soarin’, based on the hit Anaheim attraction.

The secrets behind Hollywood’s most astounding stunts will be revealed in the high-octane ‘Lights, Motors, Action – Extreme Stunt Show’ at Disney-MGM Studios, direct from Paris.

At Disney’s Animal Kingdom – from out of the secret labs of Walt Disney Imagineering – will come Lucky the dinosaur, the first-ever free-roaming Audio-Animatronics figure.

‘The Happiest Celebration on Earth’ pays tribute to Walt Disney’s dream of Disneyland, the original park that paved the way for a new realm of family entertainment, says the press release.


For more information, visit www.caymanairways.com or contact Cayman Airways at 949-2311.

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