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Cayman Airways has released its repatriation flight schedule for May, which includes two flights a weeks to and from Miami, one flight every Friday to and from Kingston and two flights a month to and from La Ceiba.
Passengers who were barred from boarding a British Airways flight to London last month were mistakenly prevented from flying because check-in staff did not have updated information about pre-flight testing, an airline spokesperson has said.
Cayman Airways has scheduled two repatriation flights to Havana, Cuba, in the coming weeks, the airline announced Wednesday.
Cayman Airways on Thursday released its schedule of repatriation flights to and from the US, Jamaica and Honduras for November, December and January.
Cayman Airways announced on Tuesday that it would be adding an extra flight to Kingston, Jamaica, this month, and three new flights to Miami, Florida, in October.
Cayman Airways today announced confirmation of its updated repatriation flight schedule for travel in September and October from Grand Cayman.
Government has extended Cayman's border closures to 1 Oct. citing the continuing spread of COVID-19, particularly in the United States.
A British Airways flight is set to depart Grand Cayman this afternoon to repatriate Philippines nationals to their home country.
The second Noah’s Ark Project flight departed for Toronto from the Owen Roberts International Airport on Monday morning taking with it a number of rescue animals and families to Canada.
The Governor’s Office believes it has made a breakthrough that could allow hundreds of stranded Indian nationals to return to their home country in early July.
Passengers travelling to the United Kingdom on next week's British Airways evacuation flight will have to self-isolate for 14 days after they land.
Passengers on the British Airways evacuation flight out of Grand Cayman last week say they were stunned at the lack of social distancing and enhanced hygiene measures on board.
Governor Martyn Roper has said Cayman’s hands remain tied when it comes to assisting many unemployed foreign workers, especially Indian nationals who are seeking a route back to their home country.
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