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Cayman Airways Non-Stop Flights from Washington, DC to Grand Cayman Start Today

December 13, 2008

NEW YORK, Dec. 13 /PRNewswire/ — Today marks the official start of Cayman
Airways’, the national flag carrier of the Cayman Islands, non-stop service
from the nation’s Capitol to Grand Cayman. Cayman Airways’ twice weekly
flights depart on Wednesdays and Saturdays and return on Tuesdays and
Saturdays. Just in time for winter, DC area residents can be basking in the
warm sun of Seven Mile Beach in just three hours, indulging in some of the
best cuisine that the Caribbean has to offer, or exploring the depths of the
world’s most spectacular blue sea. Special one-way $99* fares to Cayman’s sun
drenched shores and pristine turquoise waters are available for a limited time
only, when booking through December 22, 2008. Whether it’s spending the
holidays in Grand Cayman, or an extended winter weekend getaway on all three
islands — the transition from urban bustle to pristine, remote beaches is
easy and affordable with direct non-stop service on Cayman Airways.

The Washington, DC gateway joins the already existing non-stop service
with Cayman Airways from New York’s JFK Airport, Miami, and Tampa, along with
the upcoming re-introduction of seasonal service from Chicago beginning
December 17. On the 122-seat Boeing 737-300, passengers can take pleasure in
Cayman Airways’ quality service. For the discerning traveler, an 8-seat
business class service is also available. Visit www.caymanislands.ky/dulles
for more information.


        Washington, DC - Grand Cayman
        Flight      Departure      Arrival        Frequency
        KX 591      12:10pm        3:20pm         Saturday

        KX 593      8:00am         11:10am        Wednesday

        Grand Cayman - Washington, DC
        Flight      Departure      Arrival        Frequency
        KX 590      8:00am         11:10am        Saturday

        KX 592      5:00pm         8:10pm         Tuesday

As the National Flag Carrier of the Cayman Islands, Cayman Airways’
schedule also includes non-stop Boeing 737 jet service to the following US
gateways — New York, Miami, and Tampa. There is also jet service to Cayman
Brac, and Kingston & Montego Bay, Jamaica. Cayman Airways also operates
frequent daily turbo-prop services via Cayman Airways Express between the
three Cayman Islands, Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. To book, go
online to www.caymanairways.com, call Cayman Airways at 1-800-4-CAYMAN, or
contact your local travel professional.

*This fare is available one-way or may be combined for roundtrip travel.
Fares are non-refundable, non-transferable, and require purchase 24 hours
after reservations are made. Tickets must be issued no later than December
22, 2008
. Tickets may be changed for a fee of $100 plus any applicable
increase in fare. Seats are limited and may not be available on every flight.
For travel from Washington, D.C. (Dulles), travel is not permitted on December
27, 2008
or February 14, 2009. For travel from the Cayman Islands, travel is
not permitted on January 3, 2009, February 21, 2009, or April 11, 2009. Fares
do not include up to $18 per round trip in local airport charges and September
11
security fee of $2.50 per enplanement at a U.S. airport. Government taxes
and fees of up to $79.05 are not included and may vary depending on currency
exchange rate at the time of purchase.

Located 480 miles south of Miami in the vibrant tranquility of western
Caribbean, this trio of tiny islands is the premier destination for
discriminating travelers, honeymooners and families. World renowned for its
idyllic beaches and diving spots, and recognized as a sophisticated, diverse
financial center, the Cayman Islands offer spectacular recreational
opportunities along with warm, impeccable service. To learn more about the
Cayman Islands, visit www.caymanislands.ky or www.divecayman.ky or call your
local travel agent.

    For more information contact:
    Missy Farren & Associates (212) 528-1691
    Agatha Capacchione, acapacchione@mfaltd.com
    Silvie Snow-Thomas, ssnow-thomas@mfaltd.com

SOURCE Cayman Airways


Source: newswire



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