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FAA clears Boeing 737 MAX to fly once design changes completed

The US Federal Aviation Authority has cleared the Boeing 737 Max to return to commercial service, pending design changes, ending a 20-month grounding of the plane.

Airport’s 120-foot beacon being removed Sunday

The Cayman Islands Airports Authority will be dismantling and removing the Owen Roberts International Airport's non-directional beacon, situated off Walkers Road this weekend.
CARIFTA

2020 CARIFTA Games postponed

The 2020 CARIFTA Games, scheduled to take place in Bermuda this April, has been postponed, due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Civil Aviation exhibits at NBAA 2019

The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands was the only foreign aircraft register attending the 72nd annual National Business Aviation Association convention and exhibition in Las Vegas this year.

EDITORIAL – A longer ‘runway’ is needed to meet infrastructure needs

The real question is not whether a longer runway would be useful today, next month or even next year, but rather many years into the future.

Letter: Miller expands on CIAA concerns

For the record, for you as editor and the public, my press release never at any time stated or implied that the CIAA should not recruit from overseas, but it did ask for a review of the recruitment plan, and that the CIAA consider replacing the terms being offered with more temporary arrangements that would prioritize training and professional development of Caymanians.

Airport concessions

Today's editorial cartoon

Renovation work to reduce space at airport check-in area

As expansion work on the Owen Roberts International Airport continues, the Cayman Islands Airports Authority is advising travelers to expect some inconvenience at the check-in area of the airport from Monday.

Airport evacuated amid fire scare

The Owen Roberts International Airport was evacuated Wednesday afternoon after smoke was spotted in the construction area next to the terminal. The smoke is believed to have resulted from smoldering insulation material during steel work for the construction project.

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