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Cayman Airlines to travel to DC and Chicago


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Copied from http://morritts.17.forumer.com/viewtopic.php?t=1341
without permission, but it's a public board and quotes a public news source so i hope no one gets upset... Thanks PDQ.


CAL heads to US capital
Posted on Thu, 10/02/2008 - 07:49
(CNS): The National Flag carrier will be introducing a direct flight to the US capital when it begins flying into the gateway of Washington’s Dulles airport. And it looks like Chicago will be Cayman Airways’ kinda’ town once again as the airline re-introduces the previously failed route this winter.

“We intend to keep an eye on the US market in the future but for this winter we are introducing Washington and Chicago for sound business reasons,” said Hernandez.

First introduced in December 2003, Chicago was dropped by the airline last year, but Hernandez says the route was not a complete failure. “We think it was the wrong days and times and perhaps it wasn’t marketed as well as it could have been. Managed properly we believe this will be a successful gateway,” she added.