Planning trips off Island is easy with plenty of airlines servicing Grand Cayman and professional travel agents who can help you with any queries you may have.
We recommend planning your vacation through a travel agent as you will have more security when booking and if unforeseen circumstances occur. Travel agents will also assist you with finding deals and specials to help reduce the costs of your vacation.
If booking on your own, be sure to do your research on the best airline that will suit the itinerary of your trip. Bear in mind that some airlines only fly to some destinations on select days and times of the year.
The Cayman Islands are serviced by knowledgeable and experienced travel agents, so there is no need to feel overwhelmed when arranging your travel plans.
Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, the travel agencies below can book flights (for multiple destinations), hotels and sightseeing or adventure tours.
There are a variety of airlines available from the Cayman Islands. Each airline offers something different and most international airlines you may likely be familiar with.
The Cayman Islands are located 480 miles south of Miami, Florida, 150 miles south of Cuba and 180 miles northwest of Jamaica. By airplane the journey takes just over an hour from Miami, 3.5 hours to New York and 4 hours 5 minutes to Toronto.
The main passenger airport in Grand Cayman is the Owen Roberts International Airport and in Cayman Brac it is the Charles Kirkconnell Airport. Little Cayman still has a grass runway served by daily inter-Island flights.
Cayman Airways is the National Flag Carrier of the Cayman Islands and non-stop flights to the Sister Islands, Jamaica (Kingston and Montego Bay), Cuba (Havana), Honduras (La Ceiba), the USA (Miami, Tampa, Los Angeles and New York), Panama (from 26th June 2023), plus seasonal flights to Denver. Passengers must now pay a baggage fee of US$25 per checked luggage on all international flights.
Cayman Private Aviation is Cayman’s only locally-owned and operated luxury private jet charter. They operate a Dassault Falcon 900B which can fly up to 4,000NM, or nine hours. Their mission is to always put your time, convenience and safety at the core of everything they do. They also offer pre-paid package hours, luxury ground transport catering and helicopter charters.
British Airways offers a London to Grand Cayman route, with a brief stopover in Nassau (the Bahamas), multiple times a week.
Delta Airlines offers non-stop service from Atlanta to Grand Cayman.
JetBlue Airways offers non-stop service to Grand Cayman from New York and seasonally to Boston.
United has non-stop service from Houston, Newark, Washington, D.C. and Chicago.
WestJet offers non-stop service from Toronto to Grand Cayman multiple times a week.
Southwest Airlines offers daily non-stop service from Fort Lauderdale to Grand Cayman.
Air Canada offers non-stop flights from Toronto to Grand Cayman.
American Airlines offers non-stop daily flights to Miami and Charlotte.