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Cayman Airways Cargo to maintain operations

Local News 20 Mar, 2020 Follow News

Cayman Airways Cargo to maintain operations

The Cayman Islands Government’s temporary restriction on air travel as of 11:59pm on Sunday March 22, 2020 for three weeks due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) threat, will have no effect on Cayman Airways’ air cargo operations from Miami, Florida.

Cayman Airways Cargo’s dedicated freighter will continue its normal operations, and cargo customers will still be able to utilize the service to import personal and business goods as needed.

Cayman Airways Cargo operates a minimum of two cargo freighters weekly between Miami and Grand Cayman, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and the national airline stands ready to add additional cargo flights as demand dictates, ensuring that all air cargo needs are satisfied during this time.

Local businesses, as well as individuals, wishing to utilize air cargo can have their goods shipped directly to the Cayman Airways cargo warehouse address in Miami, which is 6103 NW 72nd Avenue, Miami, FL, 33166. Packages should be marked with the recipient’s name and the destination island should be identified (i.e. John Doe – GCM). The cargo warehouse in Miami also allows the dropping off of goods by individuals for shipment to recipients in the Cayman Islands.

Cargo service between Grand Cayman and the Sister Islands will also continue, utilizing passenger flights and the occasional dedicated cargo flight as needed.

For more details on any of our air cargo services, customers can call the following Cayman Airways Cargo numbers:

Miami: 305-526-3190 or 800-252-2746 (toll free in Miami)

Grand Cayman: 345-743-8547

Cayman Brac: 345-948-0387

Details are also available online at www.caymanairways.com/cargo


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