Air Canada; WestJet Resume Non-Stop Service to the Cayman Islands in DEC

Image courtesy of Visit Cayman Islands.
Image courtesy of Visit Cayman Islands.
Two Canadian airlines have released plans to return to the Cayman Islands beginning next month. Air Canada Rouge and WestJet will re-introduce 4-hour non-stop service from Toronto to Grand Cayman, with easy connections across Canada.
Air Canada Rouge begins non-stop service from YYZ on 04DEC, with WestJet returning on 16DEC.
That will mean Canadians can rediscover all three of the Cayman Islands: Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac and Little Cayman. The country reopened to fully vaccinated international leisure guests without quarantine on 20NOV.

It’s the most recent phase of a multi-phase plan to resume leisure travel to the Cayman Islands. In MAR 2020, it closed its borders to international air and sea arrivals.

Now in Phase 4 of its five-part reopening plan in collaboration between health authorities and the public and private tourism sector, the destination is confident of a safe return to tourism, offering travellers peace of mind.

At all phases, all inbound travellers are required to make a declaration of travel and vaccination status on the Travel Cayman Portal, and present the declaration certificate and vaccination documents along with proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test upon arrival.

Local public Health officials will continue to monitor the rate and spread of COVID-19 on the Cayman Islands.

For more information on leisure travel to the Cayman Islands visit www.visitcaymanislands.com.

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