HAVANA, Nov. 25th. Cayman Airways Limited (CAL) has received approval from the Cuban Government to resume commercial service for its Cayman/Havana route, with weekly nonstop B737-8 flights resuming November 30, 2021.
“We’re excited to resume our Grand Cayman/Havana route this month now that Cuba has reopened its borders to travellers and tourists,” said Cayman Airways Executive Vice President of Finance and Commercial Affairs, Paul Tibbetts.
“We know how important this route is for many and we are happy to now be in a position to operate the service again. This December will actually be 20 years since Cayman Airways first started its regular service between Grand Cayman and Havana, so while we celebrate the relaunch of service, we are also celebrating two decades of connecting Cuba to the Cayman Islands.”
Mr Tibbetts said the Havana flight schedule is relaunching with one flight per week initially, on Tuesdays. Flight KX832 will depart Grand Cayman at 12:45pm and arrive in Havana at 1:50pm. On the return, flight KX833 will depart Havana at 3:10pm and arrive on Grand Cayman at 4:15pm.
eats for these Havana flights are now available for booking via www.caymanairways.com, by calling Cayman Airways Reservations on 345-949-2311, or by booking through one of our local travel agent partners.
Cayman Airways is reminding customers to research and secure all travel documents required for entry into any country, including COVID-related travel documents. A guide is available on the Cayman Airways website via this link: www.caymanairways.com/covid19-document-requirements
Customers are also reminded to arrive at the airport at least three hours in advance of international flights to give themselves enough time for parking/drop off, and for the check-in process which can be extended due to the additional document verifications for travel during this COVID-19 pandemic.