Cayman Airways has adjusted some of
its flights schedules to Jamaica in reaction to the violence in Kingston.
A press release from the airline on
Monday evening stated that it had made changes to its scheduled services “due
to the current civil unrest in Kingston, Jamaica”.
The airline’s Flight 606 on
Thursday, Friday and Sunday, 27, 28 and 30 May, will depart Grand Cayman to
Kingston at 4:30pm, rather than at the originally scheduled time of 6:50pm and
Flight 607 on each day will depart Kingston to Grand Cayman at 6:15pm instead
of as originally scheduled at 8:45pm.
The airline’s 7am Flight 600 from
Grand Cayman to Kingston on Tuesday, 25 May, departed as scheduled and its
Flight 601 from Kingston to Cayman was diverted to stop in Montego Bay to
accommodate passengers who were not be able to travel to Kingston.
In addition to changes to the
scheduled service, Cayman Airways will also waive any change fees for travel
to/from Jamaica until the end of May, the statement read.