Flights to Cayman

Travel To Cayman By Air
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The Cayman Islands is conveniently located only 480 miles south of Miami, merely an hour by plane. Cayman is easily accessible via nonstop service from most travel hubs in the U.S., Canada and the UK.

If you are intending to travel to the Cayman Islands in a private jet or charter, your aircraft operator must contact the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI). Please click here for more information.

Cayman Islands Global Air Service Resumption Dates

  DEPARTURE CITY AIRLINE RETURN DATE FREQUENCY
  Atlanta (ATL) Operating Saturday and Sunday  | Daily starting June 06, 2022
  Baltimore (BWI) 11-Jun-22 Saturday service: Jun 11 - Sep 3, 2022 | Seasonal exit
  Boston (BOS) TBD Seasonal Exit (returns in November)
  Charlotte (CLT) Operating Daily | 2x Daily
  Chicago (ORD) Operating Saturday | Seasonal exit after Sept 3, 2022 - returns in November
  Dallas (DFW) 4-Jun-22 Saturday
  Denver (DEN) Operating Saturday service through August 6, 2022 | Seasonal Exit
  Ft. Lauderdale (FLL) Operating Suspended through February 2023
  Ft. Lauderdale (FLL) Operating Daily - June - August | Saturday - September & October 
  Houston (IAH) Operating Daily - June - August | Saturday September & October 
  London (LHR) Operating Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday
  Miami (MIA) Operating Up to 2x daily
  Miami (MIA) Operating Daily | 3x on Saturday | Daily - September | 2x Daily - October 
  Miami - Cayman Brac Operating Saturday
  New York (JFK) Operating 3x per week
  New York (JFK) Operating 4x per week | Operating thru Sept 6. | Saturday effective Oct 8 | Daily starting Oct 30
  Newark (EWR) Operating Saturday 
  Philadelphia (PHL) TBD Seasonal Exit
  Tampa (TPA) Operating 5x weekly 
  Toronto (YYZ) Operating Sunday
  Toronto (YYZ) Operating Sunday
  Washington DC (IAD) Operating Saturday 
   




Updated information as of 18 May 2022. All flight information is subject to change.

Charter & Private Jet Operations

If you are intending to travel to the Cayman Islands in a private jet or charter, your aircraft operator must contact the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) at permits@caacayman.com for prior authorization. The Civil Aviation Authority requires up to 3 days to provide authorizations. For further information please refer to the CAACI website. Please note that prior to making any travel arrangements, you should have a Certificate to Travel issued to you by Travel Cayman.

Kindly access this link here for the list of pre-approved operators who may be contracted for charter services. Entities not in the list will need to obtain ad hoc permissions from the CAACI.

 

FAQs

Your Questions Answered

Do you need a passport for the Cayman Islands?

Yes, you will need a passport when entering the Cayman Islands from another country. Be sure to review entry requirements, passport exemptions and refusal reasons from the Department of Immigration

How do I get to the Sister Islands?

The only way to get to our Sister Islands is via Cayman Airways. The airline has numerous flights daily from Grand Cayman to Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. You can make reservations at www.caymanairways.com. Please be sure to check travel protocols for visiting our Sister Islands.

Local Tips

"Flying with Cayman Airways is amazing because you always feel like your vacation begins from the moment you step on board. With complimentary rum punch during the flight, what's not to love?"