The Cayman Airways departure gate at Miami International Airport is now at Concourse E, gate 2.
Fabian Whorms, chief executive officer and president of the national flag carrier of the Cayman Islands, said the new gate location offers more choices for shopping and dining. Also, as the new gate is adjacent to the pedestrian walkway from Concourse D, it means easier and faster transfers for connections.
“Customers arriving from all US and Canadian cities at Concourses D or E now have the distinct advantage of being able to check-in directly at the Cayman Airways gate without having to clear security upon arrival into Miami”, he said.
Sir Turtle Club members can access the Councourse E Premium Lounge, Mr. Whorms said.
The move to Gate E-2 comes as part of the airport’s US$3 billion dollar North Terminal refurbishment project, which includes the new 400,000 square foot International Arrivals Center, located in Concourse D. Capable of processing 2,000 passengers per hour, the centre features a new baggage claim level and a greeters’ lobby, providing immediate access to all ground transportation.
Cayman Airways flies daily between Miami and Grand Cayman. The ticket counter remains on the departure level between Concourses E and F.