Introduction to Cayman Airways
Cayman Airways was founded in 1968 as the national airline of the Cayman Islands. Their hub is at Owen Roberts International Airport on Grand Cayman, the largest of the three Cayman Islands. Cayman Airways offers daily inter-island service in addition to flights to Jamaica, Cuba and several US destinations. The airline has what just might be the coolest mascot in the aviation industry, Sir Turtle, who sports a flowing cape, colonial tri-corner hat and even a peg leg. The turtle is the islands' unofficial symbol, reflecting back to Christopher Columbus' discovery of the Caymans in 1503 when he named them "Tortuga" as the waters were full of sea turtles. In addition to Sir Turtle being emblazoned on the aircraft's tails, the Cayman Airways lounge is known as the Sir Turtle Lounge and the airline's frequent flyer program is known as Sir Turtle Rewards.
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