As Miami International Airport (MIA), Tampa International Airports (TPA), and Jose Marti International Airport in Havana remained closed on Monday, September 11, 2017, all applicable Cayman Airways flights remain cancelled until further notice.
Miami flights KX102 and KX103 and KX106 and KX107
Tampa flights KX200 and KX201
Havana flights KX832 and KX833
Plans for recovery flights will be announced as soon as updates are received from the respective airports.
Additionally, Cayman Airways is continuing to offer the following:
The ticketing deadline has been extended to September 17, 2017 for the special hurricane fare of US$69 each way between the Cayman Islands and Tampa or Miami. Travel with this US$69 fare must be completed by September 17. This special fare has no change-fee penalties, and includes the standard 2 free checked bags up to 55lbs. Applicable government and airport taxes & fees are additional. There is no add-on for travel to/from the Sister Islands with this special fare. This special fare can be booked by calling Cayman Airways Reservations or any of the following licensed local travel agent partners: Travel Pros, Cayman Travel, Travel with Us, and Global Travel Services.
Change fees are waived for passengers who wish to change their flight reservations for travel between the Cayman Islands and Miami, Tampa, and Havana. The waiver applies to those passengers who are holding ticketed reservations made on or before September 5, 2017 for travel between September 5-17, 2017. Travel for changed flight segments may be rebooked for a date up to six months from the original travel dates, or within 12 months of the original purchase date, whichever is sooner. Refunds are not allowed on non-refundable tickets.
Affected passengers are asked to contact Cayman Airways to reconfirm their reservations. Call 345-949-2311 or 1-800-422-9626 (toll free within the USA). Details about Cayman Airways’ Hurricane Protection Policy can be found on the Cayman Airways website: https://www.caymanairways.com/hurricane-protection-policy