Travellers Information
                 
 

Flight Information:

       
 

Visitors reach Cayman Brac via Grand Cayman.  Cayman Brac is serviced by  Cayman Airways, the national carrier of the Cayman Islands, which also operates Cayman Airways Express using 19 passenger DeHavilland Twin Otter 300 aircraft and 38 passenger, Saab 340 aircraft to provide daily flights between Grand Cayman and the Sister Islands of Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.

     
           
 

Cayman Airways operates early evening flights (using Boeing 737-200 aircraft) to Cayman Brac from Grand Cayman on Fridays and Sundays.  Cayman Airways operates early morning flights (using Boeing 737's) between Cayman Brac and Grand Cayman on Saturdays and Mondays.  A late-morning direct flight between Miami and Cayman Brac operates on Saturdays.

Cayman Airways Express (a division of Cayman Airways) operates four daily flights between Grand Cayman and Cayman Brac using Saab 340 and Twin Otter 300 aircraft; and two daily flights between Cayman Brac and Little Cayman using DeHavilland Twin Otter 300 aircraft.  The airline also flies direct to Grand Cayman from Chicago, New York, Miami and Tampa.    Click on the Sir Turtle logo to visit the Cayman Airways web site for schedules, fares, etc.

                   
 

All major U.S. airlines operate flights between the U.S. to Grand Cayman.  British Airways operates daily flights between Heathrow and Grand Cayman.

 
 
 

Customs & Entry Requirements:

     
 
 

US, British and Canadian citizens, and citizens of British Dependent Territories do not require passports, but must present proof of citizenship (passport or birth certificate and current photo ID. A driver's license or voter's registration card alone is not sufficient) and a return or ongoing airline ticket.
Arriving visitors may bring in duty-free any personal items for use while on vacation. In addition, visitors 18 and older can bring in duty-free either one litre of alcohol, four litres of wine or one case of beer (not exceeding eight litres) and 200 cigarettes, or 25 cigars or 250 grams of tobacco.  For more detailed information on Customs & Immigration consult the Cayman Islands web site.

 
     
     

Currency and Exchange Rates:

The currency of the Cayman Islands is the Cayman Islands dollar (CI$).   The Cayman dollar is fixed at a value of $1.25 U.S. dollars, therefore 1 U.S. dollar is worth 80 C.I.   Goods and services are priced in Cayman dollars, but U.S. dollars are readily accepted by merchants and restaurants and converted at the set rate of 1.25 U.S.$ = $1.00 C.I.
British pounds sterling and Canadian dollars are not readily accepted, but can be exchanged for Cayman dollars at local banks.
Note: Banks offer a better exchange rate when converting foreign currency travellers' cheques into Cayman dollars vs. exchanging cash.  For example, you would receive 82 C.I. for a $1.00 U.S. travellers cheque vs. only 80 C.I. for $1.00 cash.