Cayman Airways would like to advise the public of the following flight operations update due to the approaching Tropical Storm Ernesto.
Sunday 27th August
All flights are presently expected to operate according to the normal
schedule. In addition the following flights will be added:
KX2200 8:05pm Tampa
KX2106 9:00pm Miami
KX2500 10:25pm Orlando
Passengers scheduled to fly to Miami, Tampa or Orlando on Monday August 28th may wish to depart on these additional flights as weather conditions on Grand Cayman on Monday are expected to disrupt the schedule. Please call Cayman Airways Reservations to reserve a seat on these flights.
Passengers on KX608 to Jamaica are advised to check with Cayman Airways Reservations prior to their departure to the airport as weather conditions Sunday evening in Jamaica may affect that flight.
Cayman Airways issues statement
Cayman Airways Express service last departures from the Sister Islands will be 2:55pm from Little Cayman and 3:20pm from Cayman Brac. Cayman Airways will operate an additional jet flight from Cayman Brac, KX2402, to Grand Cayman at 6:30pm.
MONDAY 28th August
Cayman Airways expects that operations will be suspended until late afternoon/early evening. Flights will be scheduled from Miami, Tampa and Orlando into Grand Cayman as soon as conditions permit. Exact flight details will be released as soon as they are finalized. Please check with Cayman Airways reservations or www.caymanairways.com for further updates.
Cayman Airways Express service will not resume until Tuesday 29th August. Cayman Airways advises the public that for travel on its flights to/from the Cayman Islands between August 27 – 30, 2006 change fees/penalties are being waived. Please note however, only one change per ticket is permitted.
Due to the uncertainty of the weather situation in the Northwest Caribbean passengers are advised to check with the Cayman Airways Reservations Department, which operates from 7am – 10pm, or the Cayman Airways website at www.caymanairways.com for the latest and most accurate flight information.