Cayman Airways goes cashless in US

Cayman Airways will not accept any cash transactions at any of its cargo and airport locations in the United State from 15 July.

DVDL: Tourists do not need visitor driving permits

The Department of Vehicle and Drivers’ Licensing issued a clarification that visitors to the Cayman Islands are no longer required to pay $16 for a permit in order to drive legally on Cayman’s roads.

New air arrival record set in month of May

Cayman’s tourism sector saw another record in May with 40,591 air arrivals for the month. It was the first time Cayman exceeded 40,000 passengers in May.

UCCI hospitality graduate receives grant

A University College of the Cayman Islands hospitality programme graduate has received a grant from spice company McCormick & Company to further his studies.

Detailed plans revealed for Beach Bay hotel

Plans for a Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Beach Bay include two central buildings and a cluster of restaurants, pools and other amenities dotted around the sprawling oceanfront site.

88 nominees vie for Stingray Tourism Awards

The 2019 Cayman Islands Tourism Association received 88 nominations for the annual Stingray Tourism Awards, the highest number ever submitted.

Economic Forum to debate tourism, labour and population issues

The Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce has announced its line-up of speakers and panellists for the 2019 Chamber of Commerce Economic Forum at the Kimpton Seafire Resort & Spa on Wednesday, 19 June.

Tourism director receives Jerry Award

Director of Tourism Rosa Harris received the coveted Jerry Award from the Caribbean Tourism Organization at a gala ceremony in New York City on Thursday, 6 June, for her work in promoting tourism.

Ships head to Cayman amid Cuba cruise ban

Cuba’s loss could be Cayman’s gain, following US President Donald Trump’s decision to ban cruise ships from travelling to the communist island.

Mail call: George Town cruise pier

Discussions of a George Town cruise pier have been dominating the headlines. Let’s take a look back at the developments.
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