(CNS) The tourism ministry has confirmed that British Airways will resume its commercial regular weekly flight service between Grand Cayman and London Heathrow from Monday 27 September. The airline will operate a variable schedule three times per week based on a seasonal timetable and travel demand, flying via Nassau, Bahamas. As that country is on the UK amber list of countries, travellers need to review the guidelines for the latest rules for passengers arriving in England, where a verifiable vaccine is required.

Although the Cayman Islands returned to the Open Skies agreement last week, British Airways is currently the only airline other than Cayman Airways that will be offering a service here. Before COVID-19 burst Cayman’s community bubble, when government was planning to lift quarantine measures for fully vaccinated passengers, other carriers had been expected to begin flying in again next month.

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You’ll drive right by the turn if you don’t know.

Hidden away on Old West Bay road (at the corner of Mary Mollie Hydes Road) is one of Cayman’s best kept secrets: Heritage Kitchen.

It’s been open for about five years, serving a simple, streamlined menu of fresh juice and fresh fish, prepared every way from curry to coconut to Cayman style, the latter with tomato and spice and a bit of everything.

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Minister of Transport and Tourism, Kenneth Bryan, has confirmed that airlines will resume commercial services to the Cayman Islands as of today, September 9– the first day of Phase 3 of the country’s phased reopening.

This will be the first time that commercial carriers other than national airline, Cayman Airways, and British Airways will touch down at Owen Roberts National Airport since the border closure on March 22, 2020.

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