Cayman Airways wants to ensure that all of our valued customers have a seamless travel experience when they choose to fly with us. The below information is intended to assist passengers in their own research on the required travel documents applicable to them for travel to and from the Cayman Islands.
Visitors from the United States
As of January 23rd, 2007, US citizens returning to the US from the Caribbean must present a passport for re-entry to the United States.
For more information on:
Re-entry into the US, visit: U.S. Department of State
Entry into the Cayman Islands, visit: Cayman Islands Immigration
Passengers must have the necessary travel documents for entry into the Cayman Islands as well as re-entry into the US.
Caymanians travelling to the United States
Cayman nationals must have a valid passport with a valid visa or waiver to enter the United States.
The United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) mandates that all international passengers entering the US require a valid US visa. Under the Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA) Visa Waiver Program citizens from thirty-five (35) countries are eligible for a visa waiver. Please see link below for more information.
Passengers are responsible for researching and meeting all applicable requirements for travel documents prior to booking or checking-in for flights. Cayman Airways reserves the right to deny boarding to any passenger who fails to present the required travel documents upon check-in at any gateway, at the passenger’s expense.