Because there are no ferries that travel between the Cayman Islands on a regular basis, those who have hopes of visiting all three islands will have to rely on air travel. Fortunately, Cayman Brac is home to an international airport. Although flights are few, it is possible to book a flight to this destination even if you don't want to stop on Grand Cayman first.
Cayman Brac's airport is the(CYB), which was formerly known as the Gerrard Smith International Airport. The airport is small, only welcoming a handful of flights a day, but it is possible to fly direct from the United States which is good news for many travelers.
Cayman Brac, offering the only major international flights from Miami, Florida on a regular basis. If you are traveling from Canada, Europe, or the United States, your best bet will be to make a connection through Miami.is the major carrier on
If you're traveling from the U.S. the following chart can be useful for planning purposes. Not all of the options you will see on the web make sense so it can be handy to see a summary of which airlines actually offer direct service to this airport.
|Miami, FL, USA||MIA||Cayman Airways|
Check the following table for air service from airports in the Caribbean region. If there are no flights from a local airport, a connecting flight from another Caribbean airport may be your best option.
|Georgetown, Grand Cayman||GCM||Cayman Airways|
|Kingston, Jamaica||KIN||Cayman Airways|
Entry Requirements for Cayman Brac are fairly simple and straightforward. Most people will need a passport, but residents of Canada can arrive with an original, raised seal copy of their birth certificate (or a notarized copy) and a picture ID. Additionally, on the plane you'll have to fill out an Immigration Card and Customs Declaration Card, both of which will be provided to you while you are on the plane.
You may have to rearrange your schedule, but flying to Cayman Brac is a possibility. The recommendation is that you book your flight as far out as possible to ensure a seat, but overall, planning to fly to this island is not an overwhelming experience.
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