In the 4th Quarter of 2004, Cayman Airways will begin jet service to the home of the United States of America’s first public library, its first public schools and its first subway system - Boston, Massachusetts via the General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport’s (BOS) Terminal E.
Often referred to as the “Athens of America”, Boston has hundreds of historical landmarks and monuments at its core, yet hosts a picturesque skyline, compliments of the 20th century.
Education is abundant in Boston, from thousands of university lecture halls, to maritime-influenced visitor sites, each with a story of its own to be told.
Boston’s atmosphere is rich with things to do for the art aficionado, the culinary buff, the sports fanatic and even the nature lover.
“Boston is an attractive U.S. metropolitan destination for the Caymanian traveler as well as a prime source of tourism travel to our islands. This latest addition to Cayman Airways’ gateway agenda will make travel for our North American and European passengers, in particular, significantly easier.” said Mr. Richard Blake, Vice President of Marketing & Sales.
The introductory fare for the new Boston service will start at US$299 round-trip to/from Grand Cayman and US$349 round-trip to/from Cayman Brac and Little Cayman.