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Getting to Cayman Brac

Jet service to Cayman Brac Gerrard Smith Airport are available from Miami aboard Cayman Airways or with a connecting flight through Grand Cayman (flights from Boston, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, Havana, Houston, Kingston, Miami, Orlando, Tampa.)

You can also take a prop plane from Grand Cayman aboard Cayman Airways Express. The flight takes 45 minutes (although some flights stop in Little Cayman either coming or going). Passengers may check up to 55 pounds of baggage free of charge; excess baggage is charged US 50¢ per pound. You may carry on one bag of no more than 15 pounds. Check the Cayman Airways Express site for flight schedules.

Flights are also available on Cayman Air Express from Cayman Brac to Little Cayman. The flight takes 10 minutes.

For More Information:

Phone: (800) G CAYMAN or (800) 422-9626
From Grand Cayman: (345) 949-2311

Private Planes

Because of its proximity to the US, many private pilots also arrive by their own aircraft. If you are a private pilot, you'll find that Gerrard Smith airport is an official port of entry. For information on bringing your plane to the Cayman Islands (including how to get an overflight permit from the Cuban government), contact:

Airport Officer
PO Box 58, West End
Cayman Brac, British West Indies
345-948-1222, fax 345-948-1583

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