(CMR) A strike by air traffic controllers in Jamaica has affected Cayman Airways' flight schedule.
“To all Cayman Airways’ valued customers, due to a strike by Air Traffic Controllers in Jamaica closing Jamaican airspace, Cayman Airways has had to cancel today’s flights to and from Jamaica,” the airline said in an announcement on Thursday.
The airline said passengers on the affected flights (KX 604 and KX 605) will be rescheduled for travel tomorrow 13 May.
However, flights for tomorrow are also tentative and are dependent on the Air Traffic Control Operations in Jamaica having returned to normalcy by then.
The flight numbers and times expected to operate on the 13th May are as follows:
Originally Scheduled Flights:
KX 600 departs Grand Cayman at 7.10 am and arrives in Kingston at 8.15 am.
KX 601 departs Kingston at 9.20 am and arrives in Grand Cayman at 10.35 am.
KX 606 departs Grand Cayman at 5.35 pm and arrives in Kingston at 6.45 pm.
KX 607 departs Kingston at 7.50 pm and arrives in Grand Cayman at 9.05 pm.
Newly scheduled (additional) Flight:
KX 3600 departs Grand Cayman at 12.40 pm and arrives in Kingston at 1.45 pm.
KX 3601 departs Kingston at 2.45 pm and arrives in Grand Cayman at 3.50 pm.
Affected passengers from KX 604 and KX 605 today 12 May, are being notified directly with information on their replacement flights.
Please be reminded that the flights scheduled for tomorrow, May 13, remain contingent on Jamaica's Air Traffic Control Operations having returned to normalcy.