Tourism Minister, Kenneth Bryan, has indicated that airline schedules will resume by all of the airlines previously servicing travel to and from the Cayman Islands between November and March 2022. Consequently, visitors will be able to connect to the Cayman Islands from over 21 gateways across the UK, USA, Canada, Jamaica and Honduras.
The airlines reinstating service are as follows:
In addition, to the twice weekly service from JFK, New York, JetBlue will relaunch service from Boston on November 20 and from Fort Lauderdale on December 21.
Air Canada is on schedule to be the first international carrier to resume service from Canada and will relaunch its Toronto service from December 4.
WestJet will relaunch its Toronto service on December 16.
Cayman Airways will resume service to JFK starting from December 16.
In January, Cayman Airways will resume service from Montego Bay, Jamaica.
Cayman Airways will resume service from Denver, Colorado on March 5.
United will resume service from Newark, Washington, Houston and Chicago on February 12.
American Airlines will resume service from Miami on February 17. American Airlines will resume service from Charlotte, Philadelphia, Chicago and Dallas. The specific dates are still to be determined but are likely to be in April.
Southwest will resume its operations from Fort Lauderdale on March 10 and Baltimore on March 12.
Delta will offer service from Atlanta on March 12.
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