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JetBlue flys to Cayman Islands, announces fare sale

Book Now, Fly Later! JetBlue Airways' Flights to Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands Now on Sale in the United States

U.S. customers can book sale fares from $139 one way from New York's JFK or $159 one way from Boston today through July 28,2012 at www.jetblue.com/new for travel dates this Nov. through Feb., 2013

Service from JFK set to begin three times weekly on Nov. 15; Saturday service from Boston to begin on Nov. 17, 2012

NEW YORK, July 24, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ --JetBlue Airways (Nasdaq: JBLU) today announced that tickets to its newest Caribbean destination, Grand Cayman in the Cayman Islands, are now available for purchase at www.jetblue.com/new for travel originating in the United States. JetBlue will serve Grand Cayman's Owen Roberts International Airport (GCM) with three times weekly service on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays from New York's John F. Kennedy Airport (JFK) beginning Nov. 15, 2012; Saturday-only service to the Cayman Islands from Boston's Logan International Airport (BOS) will begin on Nov. 17 (b).

To celebrate the airline's 23rd Caribbean destination, today through July 28, 2012 flights to GCM from New York are on sale from $139 one way for travel beginning Nov. 15, 2012 through Feb. 11, 2013 (a). Flights from Boston are also on sale from $159 one way through July 28 for travel starting Nov. 17 through Feb. 9, 2013 (a).

Grand Cayman will be JetBlue's 74th destination. Customers interested in booking a complete JetBlue Getaways vacation package including their flight, hotel, wheels and more can visit www.jetblue.com for more information. JetBlue Getaways vacations include the Best Price Guarantee and an exclusive 24-hour support desk, plus Concierge On Call to answer questions and make recommendations, dinner reservations, tee times and more.



Cayman Islands 5th Night Free

From Expedia:

Cayman Summer Splash: Book a 5-night stay and get the 5th night free, along with a free trip to legendary Stingray City - Ends 6/15/10



Arrivals down in the Cayman Islands

The Caymans struggle with whether to slash prices or not:

For 2009 so far (January and February) Cayman's air arrivals are down 11.3 per cent.

Acting Director of Tourism Shomari Scott notes that research shows that the global economic recession is having an impact on international travel. Consumer confidence has fallen, booking windows have shrunk and even the most affluent consumer is looking for a deal.

Full article on the Cay Compass.



Cayman Islands new airport fee

This story is not making people happy:

The Cayman Islands Airports Authority is reminding passengers that a new fee of CI$13 will be added to tickets purchased for all outward bound international passengers from the Cayman Islands.

This applies to all passengers flying out of Owen Roberts International Airport and the General Aviation Terminal (Grand Cayman) and Gerrard-Smith International Airport (Cayman Brac) effective 1 January, 2009.

A press release noted that the new fee, called the "Passenger Facilities Charge", will be added to tickets purchased for all outward bound international passengers, excluding crew and children under two years of age.



Elite Island Resorts announces a big Caribbean sale

Wow:

CARIBBEAN GOES ON SALE THROUGH DECEMBER 2008 SAVE UP TO 40 PERCENT WITH ELITE ISLAND RESORTS' $299 Blow Out SALE

The all-inclusive nightly rate is valid for two adults per room and $60 per child per day. The Caribbean sale is valid for travel now through December 20, 2008 and requires a three night minimum stay., double occupancy.

"Now there are no excuses not to enjoy a real Caribbean vacation versus a 'staycation' this fall and winter. With Elite Island Resorts' $299 Blow Out Sale, the Caribbean is extremely affordable for both romantic and family vacations. And, for those wishing to upgrade, they can do so for the extremely reasonable price of $40 a night; now it might be less expensive to travel then it is to stay home!"

Award-winning Elite Island Resorts' $299 Blow Out Sale is available for the following six Caribbean resorts:

The iconic Windjammer Landing Villa Beach Resort*, which just debuted 12 new luxury Hibiscus Suites

The intimate Village Inn & Spa on scenic St. Lucia

The Verandah Resort & Spa - Antigua's new eco-friendly resort, St. James's Club & Villas, with its club like atmosphere and new scuba center on Antigua

Long Bay Beach Resort & Villas*, Tortola, popular with those who love to sail and dive

On Palm Island, a secluded private-island hideaway in The Grenadines (Note Rate is $399)





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