Cayman Airways waives change fees for Jamaica flights

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

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KINGSTON, Jamaica — Cayman Airways says it will be waiving change fees for its Jamaica flights due to the flash flood warnings in northern and southern parishes of the island.

The airline said its decision will affect passengers who have been ticketed prior to May 15 for travel between May 16 and 18.

While the change fee has been waived, passengers will be responsible for any applicable fare difference, Cayman Airways said in a press release this afternoon.

Travel for the changed flight segment must be completed by May 26, the airline said.




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