Cayman Airways has announced it is increasing the frequency of its Miami and Kingston flights, as it confirmed its travel schedule for July.

The airline said that due to increased demand, starting in July, it will be putting on three flights a week to Miami, instead of the current two on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The additional flight will depart Cayman on Sundays.

CAL is also adding two additional flights a week – on Sundays and Thursdays – to its usual weekly Friday departures to Kingston, Jamaica. However, there are no flights to or from Kingston scheduled for 4 and 18 July (Thursdays), and 15 and 29 July (Sundays).

Miami flight schedule for July

FLIGHTFROMTODEPARTSARRIVESFREQUENCY
KX3102Grand CaymanMiami10am12:30pmWed, Sat, Sun, except on 11 and 25 July
KX3103MiamiGrand Cayman2pm2:30pmWed, Sat, Sun, except on 10, 11, 24 and 25 July
KX3123MiamiGrand Cayman (1 stop in CYB)2pm3:25pmSat, 10 and 24 July

 

Kingston flight schedule for July

FLIGHTFROMTODEPARTSARRIVESFREQUENCY
KX3600Grand CaymanKingston10am11:05amThurs, Fri, Sun, except on 4, 15, 18 and 29 July
KX3601KingstonGrand Cayman12:15pm1:20pmThurs, Fri, Sun, except on 4, 15, 18 and 29 July

 

La Ceiba flight schedule for July

FLIGHTFROMTODEPARTSARRIVESFREQUENCY
KX3880Grand CaymanLa Ceiba10am10:25amThursdays, except 8 and 22 July
KX3881La CeibaGrand Cayman12:25pm2:45pmThursday, except 8 and 22 July

 

Addressing the issue of what the government has described as “ghost flights”, the airline, in a press release on its website, noted that its normal flight schedule is available up to a year in advance, but that currently only repatriation flights, approved by government, are being operated.

“Passengers holding seats on normal flights who are affected by flight cancellations will be contacted by Cayman Airways and given priority to obtain seats on the repatriation flights. However, as the process for repatriation flights is significantly different, passengers should be aware that schedules and airfares may vary significantly,” the airline noted.

The airline earlier announced its June flights, which are as follows:

Miami flight schedule through 30 June

FLIGHTFROMTODEPARTSARRIVESFREQUENCY
KX3102Grand CaymanMiami10am12:30pmWed and Sat
KX3103MiamiGrand Cayman2pm2:30pmWed and Sat, except 12 and 26 June
KX3123MiamiGrand Cayman (1 stop in CYB)2pm3:25pmWed and Sat, 12 and 26 JuneE & SA June 12 & 26, 2021

 

Kingston flight schedule for 4-25 June

FLIGHTFROMTODEPARTSARRIVESFREQUENCY
KX3600Grand CaymanKingston10am11:05amFridays
KX3601KingstonGrand Cayman12:15pm1:20pmFridays

 

La Ceiba flight schedule for 3-17 June

FLIGHTFROMTODEPARTSARRIVESFREQUENCY
KX3880Grand CaymanLa Ceiba10am10:25amThurs, 3 and 17 June
KX3881La CeibaGrand Cayman12:25pm2:45pmThurs, 3 and 17 June

 

Cayman Airways reminded passengers that they are responsible for researching and securing the necessary documents required for entry into any country, including those relating to pre-flight COVID-19 testing, proof of vaccinations and/or obtaining travel authorisation. Passengers who do not possess the required documents will not be able to travel, the airline said.

To book a repatriation flight on Cayman Airways, travellers can contact its reservations desk in Cayman on 345-949-2311; in the USA, on 305-266-4141 or (toll free) 1-800-422-9626; in Jamaica, on 876-613-9105 or (toll free) 866-759-1372; and in Honduras, on (toll free) 800-2791-9422. Tickets for inbound and outbound flights can also be purchased online at www.caymanairways.com.

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