Several airlines serve the Islands, including the national airline Cayman Airways, American Airlines, USAIR, Northwest, Delta, Continental, Air Canada, British Airways, and Air Jamaica. The national carrier serves Miami, Houston, Tampa, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, Boston, Chicago; Kingston and Montego Bay, Jamaica; Havana, Cuba; and Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.
Direct links with other US gateways, such as Atlanta, New York and Charlotte, are provided by the US carriers serving the Islands.
British Airways operates a twice-weekly direct flight from London to Grand Cayman and return, and Air Canada operates once-weekly from Toronto.
A range of charter services are available from North America. There are also frequent charters from Cayman to Honduras, Panama, Costa Rica and other nearby countries.
Most carriers world-wide have connecting flights. The frequency of flights may vary seasonally, so contact your travel agent for details.
There are no scheduled passenger services to the Islands by sea, though Grand Cayman is a popular port for cruise ship calls, mostly from the U.S. mainland, and it is possible to arrange stopover visits between successive cruises.
Last Updated: 2005-07-11