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Cayman Airways


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Jun 10, 2005
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Melbourne Beach FL; Steamboat Springs CO
I see that Cayman Airways flights from Miami to Grand Cayman are less expensive between now and May then they are beginning in June 2009. I was under the impression that winter is high season in the Caribbean, so I don't understand the higher summer prices. Can anyone explain to me how Cayman Airways pricing works? Would it be worth my while to wait to book flights for a June trip or would I likely end up paying more?
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Jun 6, 2005
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New England
I have been looking at flights for London for the summer, and they are still quite high, even with the price of oil going down. In my search, I have seen sales for the next few months so I am assuming that the airlines are focusing on immediate needs for filling planes and will address the later months in the future. That's what I am hoping anyway.......