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Thursday, February 20, 2020

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Record stayover numbers for year to date

The 369,650 stayover visitors to Cayman for the first eight months of 2019 represented about a 10.7% increase over the 333,975 air arrivals registered during the same period last year.

Cayman Airways shifts flights after emergency landing

Cayman Airways was forced to juggle its flight schedule Monday following a Sunday flight that was diverted to Orlando for an emergency landing after smoke was detected in the cargo hold.

Caribbean Airlines set for Grand Cayman service

In the space of a week, two airlines have added to travellers’ options going to and from Cayman.

Carnival signs on for Bahamas cruise port project

Carnival Cruise Lines has agreed a deal to build a $100 million cruise port in Grand Bahama, according to Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Minnis.

American Airlines adding seasonal route to Boston

Starting in January, the time it takes to get a good bowl of chowder, catch a Celtics game or plough into the history of one of America’s oldest cities will be shorter.

IN FOCUS: 2019 Cayman Stingray Tourism Awards

The 2019 Cayman Stingray Tourism awards took place Tuesday evening at The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman, hosted by the Cayman Islands Tourism Association.

New ‘gateways’ drive tourism growth

When Southwest launched its inaugural flight from Baltimore last month, it also opened the 25th gateway airport for the Cayman Islands.

Airport officials deny overheating in terminal

Owen Roberts International Airport officials denied Monday that the air conditioning at the airport failed on Saturday, a claim that appeared in a Facebook posting that complained of excessive heat and crowding in the departure area.

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.

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