Getting to Cayman is a breeze. As one of the premier destinations in the Caribbean, you can fly direct to Cayman from a host of international destinations across Europe, America and the Caribbean. For those who wish to visit the Sister Islands, it’s just a short hop by inter-island charter. Alternatively, you can visit Cayman on a cruise.
There are nine airlines offering direct services to and from Owen Roberts International Airport in Grand Cayman. The national carrier, Cayman Airways, operates direct flights to:
- New York
- Washington DC
- Havana, Cuba
- La Ceiba, Honduras
- Kingston and Montego Bay, Jamaica
- Jet service to Cayman Brac
- Nonstop flights from Miami to Cayman Brac are also offered on Saturdays and via Grand Cayman on Fridays and Sundays.
Additionally, Cayman Airways operates a jet service between Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac, while Cayman Airways Express provides daily flights to, from, and between Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.
Eight other airlines offer direct services to and from Owen Roberts International Airport in Grand Cayman.
Toronto is served by Air Canada and WestJet, while long-haul services to London via Nassau, Bahamas, are provided by British Airways.
The national flag carrier of Honduras, Aerolineas Sosa, operates flights to La Ceiba.
The United States is also served by American Airlines (Miami), United Airlines (Houston, Newark and Washington), Delta Airlines (Atlanta, Detroit and Minneapolis), JetBlue (New York and Boston), and US Airways (Charlotte and Philadelphia).
For further flight information visit caymanairports.com
More than 500 cruise liners visit Cayman every year. These include ships from Carnival, Celebrity Cruise Lines, Costa, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Cunard, Norwegian and P&O Cruises. Once on shore, you can choose from a plethora of day-tours, from frolicking with the stingrays at the Sandbar to journeying back in time at one of Cayman’s many historical sites.
For further details visit www.immigration.ky