29 August, 2018

Cayman Airways to launch its longest passenger flight next year.

Cayman Airways will introdeuce its longest scheduled route ever next year when it starts a service Grand Cayman and Denver, Colorado.

The long route for the airline is only possible thanks to the new arrival of the first of four Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft the airline has ordered.  The service starts on 2nd March 2019.

President and CEO of Cayman Airways, Fabian Whorms, said, “The new Denver nonstop service will reduce the travel time to Cayman from typically between nine and eleven hours using multiple flights, to less than five hours aboard a direct flight on our brand new state-of-the-art Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft with industry-leading comfort and legroom in both our Business and Economy cabins, combined with our renown Caymankind in-flight experience, which includes free Rum Punch. We look forward to welcoming new and returning visitors from the Mile High City with our special introductory roundtrip airfares starting from US$396 plus taxes.”

The city of Denver is also celebrating the new route as the city’s first and only Caribbean-based airline to operate nonstop service there,  Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock. “We thank Cayman Airways for investing in our community, and we’re pleased to welcome them as the first Caribbean-based airline to serve Denver.”

CEO of Denver International Airport (DEN), Kim Day, stated: “We are delighted to welcome our newest airline, Cayman Airways, to DEN, as they provide nonstop service to the Caribbean. This will be a great option for our large Scuba diving population as well as for Coloradoans just looking for a way to explore the Cayman Islands and relax on the beach.”

The flights will operate on Wednesdays and Saturdays and are scheduled to leave Grand Cayman at 0915 with an estimated arrival time of 1315 at Denver. The return flights will depart at 1430 and arrival back at Grand Cayman due at 2030.