CAL adds Cuba and Barbados flights

| 17/12/2020 | 16 Comments
Cayman News Service
Cayman Airways pilots (Photo by Paul Tibbetts)

(CNS): Cayman Airways Limited (CAL) has added two repatriation flights to Cuba and two charter flights to Barbados. The first Havana flight is on Saturday, 19 December, followed by one on 9 January. Both flights will depart Grand Cayman at 1:25pm on the respective Saturday and return the same day, leaving Havana at 4pm. The Barbados charter will leave on Sunday, 20 December, and return the same day with a second flight on 3 January.

The Barbados charters was arranged by the Honorary Consul to Barbados for Barbadian nationals and others from Eastern Caribbean Islands to go home for Christmas or to leave Cayman as they no longer have work. The charters will also bring some people from Barbados back to Cayman.

The usual rules apply regarding COVID-19 precautions for outbound travellers, and inbound travllers will need to confirm their entry with Travel Cayman. Passengers checking in for international flights to Grand Cayman will be denied boarding if they do not have this necessary approval and valid travel documents to enter the country.

All travellers are responsible for ensuring that they have the necessary travel documents for entry into any foreign country.

For full details regarding the Cuba flights visit the CAL website.

Contact the Barbados Consulate Office at Barbcon2@gmail.com for more on the charters.

All inbound travellers should visit TravelCayman.

Email travelcayman@gov.ky or call 743-8463 or 649-6913, Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5pm.


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  1. Anonymous says:

    Stop people coming to the Cayman islands. E U stoped flights from UK,

  2. Sucka Free Cayman says:

    I honestly hope Cuba is one way passenger flight cause those people never ever subscribe to laws or rules so quarantining is definitely not going to work for them at all.

  3. Miami Atari says:

    Repatriation Flights Thank Da Lord maybe we can get rid of some of these serious criminals from around ya!

  4. Costcutter says:

    Why are we still flying jets from Miami to the Brac?.

  5. Anonymous says:

    CUBA, lets see how many Politian’s is on the fl;ight.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Be careful. That is where all the US and UK travelers are headed this winter.

  7. Anonymous says:

    I really want to go on holiday to Barbados, can we please have some charter flights to places that also don’t have Covid (no US, no UK please). My island fever is getting bad.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Should be outgoing flights only. How many Caymanians are in Cuba/Barbados needing repatriation? I’d guess ZERO!

    • Anonymous says:

      you should lock yourself in your basement and let us normal people who can read data live our lives without being paranoid schizos.

      • Anonymous says:

        I’m not against people traveling BUT, by definition, repatriation means “the return of someone to their own country”.

  9. Anonymous says:

    We don’t want no Bajan covid.

    • Anonymous says:

      Bajan covid is the best covid. Much better than the UK, US or Italian covid.

    • Anonymous says:

      As is happening in the Cayman Islands currently, all of the cases in Barbados happen to be people coming from overseas; not local community cases. And with the rigorous testing that’s being done those infected persons are housed in an isolation facility in the northern part of the island. And when I say isolated, I mean isolated. So no, you won’t be getting any “Bajan COVID” there in Cayman.

    • Bajan says:

      As is happening in the Cayman Islands currently, all of the cases in Barbados happen to be people coming from overseas; not local community cases. And with the rigorous testing that’s being done those infected persons are housed in an isolation facility in the northern part of the island. And when I say isolated, I mean isolated. So no, you won’t be getting any “Bajan COVID” there in Cayman.

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