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[ORD, IAD] United announces new flights to Grand Cayman

Unread post by bimjim » Tue Jul 14, 2015

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[ORD, IAD] United announces new flights to Grand Cayman
Ben Meade
Monday, 13 July 2015

It is slow season in the tourism industry now but tourism bosses are hopeful new non-stop flights will help boost arrivals during the busy winter season.

United Airlines has announced expanded seasonal services out of Chicago and Washington D.C. to start in December.

The new Chicago flights are scheduled to begin on 19 December and feature non-stop service from O’Hare International Airport (ORD) to Owen Roberts International Airport (GCM). The Saturday-only service will continue through 30 April, 2016.

This winter, United Airlines will also begin flying four times a week from Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) to GCM. The expanded service will kick-off on 19 December and continue through 4 May, 2016. These flights are on Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday.

“We are deeply encouraged by United’s decision to expand service to the Cayman Islands, making it more accessible than ever for consumers during especially high-travel periods. With these new flight options, guests now have more flexibility regarding travel to our beautiful destination, which we hope will continue to encourage consideration and future tourist arrivals as a result,” said Director of Tourism Rosa Harris.

Deputy Premier and Minister of Tourism, Hon. Moses Kirkconnell said: “The addition of these new routes affirms the Cayman Islands as a preferred Caribbean destination and presents tremendous opportunity to increase visitation and overall brand positivity.”

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