All CAL flights cancelled for Monday due to Tropical Storm Ian
and airport closures in Cayman
Cayman Airways Limited (CAL) has cancelled all flights for Monday September 26, 2022 due to the current path of Tropical Storm Ian and the closure of airports in the Cayman Islands from 4pm Sunday September 25.
The following recovery flights have been added for Tuesday and Wednesday September 27 & 28, 2022, to accommodate passengers affected by Monday’s cancellations:
RECOVERY FLIGHTS FOR TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 2022
KX3203 departs Tampa at 9:45am and arrives on Grand Cayman at 10:40am
KX3882 departs Grand Cayman at 11:40am and arrives in La Ceiba at 12:15pm
KX3883 – departs La Ceiba at 1:20pm and arrives on Grand Cayman at 3:45pm (Cayman time)
KX3103 departs Miami at 9:40am and arrives in Grand Cayman at 10:10am (Cayman time)
KX3793 departs New York (JFK) at 9:45am and arrives on Grand Cayman at 12:45am (Cayman time)
KX3602 departs Grand Cayman at 1:45pm and arrives in Kingston at 2:50pm (Cayman time)
KX3603 departs Kingston at 3:50pm and arrives on Grand Cayman at 5:05pm
NOTE: the regular scheduled flights KX600 and KX601 for this day are being replaced by the above recovery flights
RECOVERY FLIGHTS FOR WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 2022
KX3832 departs Grand Cayman at 11:45am and arrives in Havana at 1:50pm
KX3833 departs Havana at 3:10pm and arrives on Grand Cayman at 3:15pm (Cayman time)
KX3606 departs Grand Cayman at 5:35pm and arrives in Kingston at 6:45pm
KX3607 departs Kingston at 7:50pm and arrives on Grand Cayman at 9:05pm
NOTE: CAL’s regular flights for Tuesday and Wednesday (both domestic and international) will operate as scheduled unless otherwise noted above.
Cayman Airways Reservations agents are in the process of contacting all affected passengers to rebook them on applicable flights for their destination.
For more information or to update contact details, customers can call Cayman Airways Reservations on 345-949-2311.
For the latest hurricane-related news, visit the newsroom on our website: https://www.caymanairways.com/latest-news
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