Cayman Airways begins twice-weekly flights to Montego Bay

Cayman Airways is starting a nonstop, twice-weekly route between Grand Cayman and Montego Bay, Jamaica, for summer travelers.

The seasonal route will operate Mondays and Fridays until Sept. 11.

“As in previous years, the additional service will open more seats for the Jamaica market overall during the summer period when there is always heavy demand for travel between Grand Cayman and Jamaica, especially for Montego Bay and the surrounding area,” Paul Tibbetts, executive vice president of Finance and Commercial Affairs for Cayman Airways, said in a press release.

“We know that Summer is an important time for visiting relatives in either market, so we’re thrilled to be able to offer this convenient service to make their travel experience more seamless and enjoyable.”

Flight KX602 departs Grand Cayman at 8:25 a.m. and arrives in Montego Bay at 9:20 a.m. and flight KX603 departs Montego Bay at 10 a.m., arriving on Grand Cayman at 10:55 a.m.

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The airline also has a new toll-free number for customers in Jamaica to call for Cayman Airways flight information and bookings. The number is 866-759-1372 and directly connects customers in Jamaica with Cayman Airways reservations.

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  1. Why would Cayman Airways want to have so many flights to Jamaica . Can’t they find other destinations routes for summer that would be more beneficial to the Airport and the Islands and the Airways for summer off season ? What about if they dropped air fare prices and Hotel’s dropped accommodation prices to make a great summer vacation packages . Is Cayman Airways the National Airline working for the Taxpayers who subsidized it ?

  2. Only one slight problem – these flights don’t even remotely connect with Virgin Atlantic or BA arrivals from the UK and that could have been a real money maker for CAL. A codeshare deal with either airline would have made sense – offering the service simply for friends and families is just plain daft.