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Feb 27, 2004
Anybody out there know if Cayman Airways is hiring. If so who do you contact for info.

Thanks in advance
It's amazing what a google search will bring up!

Cayman Airways

Cayman Airways is the national carrier of the Cayman Islands. They have 3 aircraft ( Boeing 737-200 ). They have been in business for over 35 years and serve 4 US cites ; Houston , Ft Lauderdale , Tampa and Miami. Cayman Airways also serves Kingston, Montego Bay, Jamaica, Havana, Cuba and Cayman Brac, Cayman Islands.

You can now fly from Boston to the Cayman Islands ;Cayman Airways has just added that route.

Cayman Airways Quick Facts

  • Cayman Airlines was created in1969
  • Cayman Airlines also has a cargo service
  • Tourism is Cayman Airways foundation
Employment opportunities with Cayman Airways has to be a dream job for some. What better way to enjoy the sun and surf then working for an airline based on an island. To inquiry about job openings at Cayman Airways contact their headquarters located at the top of the page.

Contact Cayman Airways Corporate Headquarters:

[font=Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]233 Owen Roberts Drive
P.O. Box 10092 APO
Grand Cayman, B.W.I.
Cayman Islands
Tel. 345-949-8200
Fax. 345-949-7607


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Cayman Airlines News

Scuba diving , rock climbing and hiking are big attractions on Cayman Brac.

I always wondered who some of the island-nation airlines hired. The Caymans are so small, do they bring in British pilots? Who governs aviation in small countries? ICAO?

Just curious how things work down there.