Cayman Airways Boeing 737-400 (VP-CAY)

Cayman Airways Boeing 737-300 (VP-CAY)

Cayman Airways was founded in 1968 and has its headquarters in George Town on the Cayman Islands. The airline’s mascot is a turtle with ascot called Sir Turtle. You can find sir Turtle on the front of the aircraft’s livery.

The airline operates non-stop service between Grand Cayman and Miami, Tampa, Washington DC, New York, and Chicago using four Boeing 737-300s. Cayman Airways also uses two Twin Otters for local regional services.

Thanks to Dave Brown for the suggestion!

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4 Comments

It is getting better, David. Much appreciated and thank you.
-C.

DavidBrown(REALLY)

Don’t forget that they fly to Havana as well…..

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