Flying to Grand Cayman Island
Owen Roberts International Airport
Owen Roberts International Airport (code GCM) is government-owned and services over a dozen airlines. The airport is named after Owen Roberts, a pioneer of commercial aviation in the country. It is the airport for the Cayman Islands as well as the main base for Cayman Airways. Cayman Airways manages all counters as well as handles all baggage concerns. Owen Roberts is also the last international airport in the Caribbean with an “open-air” passenger waving gallery.
Expansion is underway to double the size of the terminal to handle more than 2 million passengers and offer more food and retail vendors to the public. Completion is estimated to be
reached the first half of 2018.
Airline Carriers and Flights
- American: 3-4 daily flights from its Miami Hub, Charlotte, Philadelphia, & Dallas
- Air Canada: Twice a week from Toronto
- British Airways: Four flights per week from London’s Gatwick Airport
- Cayman Airways: Many direct flights each week (some seasonal) from Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Tampa, JFK-NYC, Miami (MIA), Montego Bay, and Washington D.C. (Dulles)
- Delta Airlines: Regular flights daily from Atlanta. Seasonal flights from Detroit, Minneapolis, & JFK
- Jet Blue: Direct Flights from Boston & JFK
- Westjet: Seasonal daily direct flights from Toronto
- United Airlines: Seasonal Direct flights from Dulles, Washington D.C., as well as Houston and Newark.