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Sister Islands air travel still easy for fully vaccinated passengers

In response to customer queries, Cayman Airways is reminding those passengers who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and not displaying any respiratory or other symptoms of the virus, that they are able to travel freely domestically between Grand Cayman and the Sister Islands. 

Per the current Regulations, which came into effect on September 21, 2021, air passengers who have completed an approved vaccine course at least 14 days prior to travel, just have to present their vaccination card to an agent at the time of check-in on Grand Cayman for their flight to the Sister Islands, so long as they’re not showing any respiratory symptoms or symptoms of the virus.

Passengers who do not meet this vaccination requirement can still travel from Grand Cayman to the Sister Islands once they provide a negative PCR test result issued no more than 48 hours prior to their flight, and are not showing any respiratory symptoms or symptoms of the virus. This requirement applies to any person aged five and older.

Unvaccinated persons travelling from the Sister Islands to Grand Cayman for short periods of time must contact Faith Hospital in Cayman Brac for guidance

Additionally, Cayman Airways is reminding its international passengers that, under the new Regulations for international flights to the Cayman Islands, children aged five and older are now required to have a negative PCR test no more than 72 hours prior to departure.

Passengers are also reminded that they are responsible for researching and securing the necessary documents required for entry into any country.

See links for further guidance:

Regulations on Sister Islands travel:

Regulations on international travel:

List of approved vaccines: