Airlines cancel some Sunday flights

Cayman Airways and American Airlines announced flight cancellations Sunday between the Cayman Islands and Miami International Airport as Tropical Storm Isaac continues to churn in the northern Caribbean toward the United States mainland.

Cayman Airways said in a news release issued Sunday that all flights were expected to operate normally with the exception of the following routes

KX 834 to Grand Cayman from Havana;
KX 835 to Havana from Grand Cayman;
KX 102 from Cayman Brac to Grand Cayman then to Miami;
KX 113 from Miami to Grand Cayman;
KX 104 from Grand Cayman to Miami;
KX 105 from Miami to Grand Cayman then to Cayman Brac;
KX 106 from Grand Cayman to Miami;
KX 107 from Miami to Grand Cayman.

Also on Sunday, American Airlines cancelled flights AA1700, AA1196, AA2239 and AA1485, all of which were slated to fly between Grand Cayman and Miami International Airport.

Cayman Airways released a schedule of rescheduled and additional flights for Monday, including:

KX 104 from Grand Cayman to Miami will now depart at 5.50pm arriving at 8.10pm;
KX109 from Miami to Grand Cayman will now depart at 9.15pm arriving at 9.35pm;
KX 2832 to depart Grand Cayman at 1.20pm and arrive at 3.20pm in Havana to accommodate passengers whose flights were cancelled on Sunday;
KX 2833 to depart Havana at 4.20pm and arriving in Grand Cayman at 4.20pm to accommodate passengers whose flights were cancelled on Sunday.

Further information concerning rescheduled or additional flights to be offered by American Airlines was not immediately available.

Both airlines have announced the waiving of change fees and penalties for passengers scheduled to travel in the region during the coming days. Ticket holders are encouraged to contact the airlines directly for details – caymanairways.com and aa.com.
 

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American Airlines and Cayman Airways cancelled flights Sunday between the Cayman Islands and Miami as Tropical Storm Isaac continued to swirl through the region.
Jeff Brammer

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