These Cheap Flights to the Cayman Islands Come With Free Onboard Cocktails

Cayman in the News 7 August 2018
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Article by Talia Avakian
The islands' national carrier is celebrating its 50th anniversary with special deals and freebies. 
If you’re in search of endless summer, you may want to head to the Cayman Islands for some beach time this fall  and you can get there for a fraction of the price if you act fast. 

The islands’ national carrier, Cayman Airways, is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a slew of deals and freebies you can take advantage of this September through November.

As part of the promotion, travelers can head to Grand Cayman, the largest of the islands, starting at just $363 round-trip from New York City and $312 round-trip

The flight deals also come with complimentary onboard Seven Fathoms rum punch and free meals for travelers departing from John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Once you arrive on Grand Cayman, you can also book tickets to the Sister Islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman, known for their wall diving, scuba diving, and wildlife spotting opportunities, for just $77.50.
If you head to the islands before Nov. 15, you can also score up to 45 percent off your resort stay and deals on activities ranging from diving and snorkeling tours to swims with stingrays.

While the top savings are offered on economy class flights, business class travelers will also find round-trip flights starting at around $688 round-trip. Business class tickets include three free checked bags, complimentary meals and drinks on board, priority check-in and boarding, and free lounge access.
Travelers will need to book their flights by Aug. 11 for travel between Sept. 7 and Nov. 7 to take advantage of the deals.
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