The Cayman Islands is receiving expanded airlift from the UK next summer.

British Airways is adding a fifth weekly flight from Heathrow for the 2023 summer season.

The additional service has been scheduled from March 26 via Nassau in The Bahamas until the end of October, with return fares starting at £727.

The schedule will see flights operate to George Town, Grand Cayman, on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

The launch of the additional frequency on the Caribbean route follows the Cayman Islands’ full removal of Covid-related travel requirements in August.

Cayman Islands Department of Tourism director Rosa Harris said: “The additional direct flight demonstrates the increasing desire from European travellers to visit our islands and will hopefully allow us to exceed our pre-pandemic visitor numbers.”

Multiple direct flights running throughout the week gives visitors increased flexibility, she added.

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There’s been a significant shift in the Caribbean’s testing policies, with just about every destination in the region having lifted its entry rules. 

And now you can include St Maarten. 

Effective Nov. 1, the Friendly Island will no longer require travelers to show proof of vaccination or a negative test result in order to enter the island. 

The news was confirmed by St Maarten Tourism Minister Omar Ottley this week. 

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Aztec Airways is launching a pair of new routes in November, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The carrier is set to add scheduled flights service to both Chub Cay and Great Harbour Cay in The Bahamas. 

The new service for both routes will launch on Nov. 14, with two flights each week to both destinations. 

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Frontier Airlines is launching another expansion to Montego Bay, Jamaica, Caribbean Journal has learned. 

The ultra-low-cost carrier has announced plans to add three more nonstop routes from the United States to the Jamaican hotspot in 2023. 

That includes new service from Chicago Midway International Airport, Denver International Airport and St. Louis Lambert International Airport to Montego Bay’s Sangster International Airport. 

The new flights will kick off in February 2023, with St Louis on Feb. 23, Denver on Feb. 24 and Chicago on Feb. 25. 

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