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Cayman Airways flights & tickets

Cayman Airways is the flag carrier airline of the Cayman Islands territory that is under the jurisdiction of the British Overseas Territory. It services domestic and international flights, with cargo services available on all routes. Cayman air’s main hub of operation is Owen Roberts International Airport in George Town, Grand Cayman. This Grand Cayman airlines has a limited number of routes and has been in operation since 1968. All outbound Cayman flights depart from Owen Roberts International Airport, and their aircrafts remain in their destinations for a brief time before heading back on their return route. Cayman airlines services Cayman Brac, Little Cayman in the Cayman Islands, Miami, New York, Tampa, Chicago, and Dallas in the United States, Havana, Cuba, Kingston and Montego Bay, Jamaica, and La Ceiba, Honduras. These flights are serviced by 4 Boeing 737-300 aircrafts, and 2 Twin Otter aircrafts. The Boeing models are used on longer hauls, are dual class, and seat 122 passengers. The Twin Otter aircrafts seat just 15 passengers, and they are only used to service the flights within the Cayman Islands.

Why Fly With Cayman Airways

Baggage Allowance

Cayman Airlines is dedicated to delighting their passengers and their generous baggage allowance is a testament to that! Each Economy class passenger can check 2 bags that weigh up to 55 pounds each, and bring one carry on item that weighs up to 40 pounds. Business class airfare scores passengers one additional 55 pound checked bag. Passengers can also bring one small personal item such as a purse or briefcase, and those traveling with infants that do not have their own ticket can still bring one approved item such as a stroller or diaper bag. Luggage that exceeds the weight allowance will be charged a fee per pound over, and bags over 99 pounds or 80 inches cannot be accepted by the airlines.

Frequent Flyer and Loyalty Program

Sir Turtle is Cayman Airways reward program that earns passengers awards with each mile traveled. When you sign up, you’ll automatically become a Silver member, in which you can earn and spend miles, and move up tiers in the reward program as you accumulate miles. Once you hit 25,00 miles, you become a Gold Member (a 25% mileage bonus per each flight) , and 40,000 miles flown gains you Platinum Membership (a 50% mileage bonus per each flight). These higher ranks also come with pre-boarding, preferred seating and check-in, as well as access to Sir Turtle Club and affiliated lounges at gateways.

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