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Grand Cayman’s Signature Airport Lounge Is Back 

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - September 3, 2022

Cayman Airways has officially reopened its signature departure lounge at Grand Cayman’s Owen Roberts International Airport. 

The Sir Turtle Club Lounge is back, open only to business class ticket holders and platinum and gold rewards members of the airline’s loyalty program. 

It’s a brand-new lounge built by local company Kozaily Deigns, with a turtle-focused aesthetic, from the wall tiles to the carefully curated images of Cayman’s landscapes and seascapes. 

The relaunch comes as Cayman Airways is making enhancements to its loyalty rewards and club programs, according to Cayman Airways President and CEO Fabian Whorms. 

Cayman Airways has officially reopened its VIP departure lounge at Grand Cayman’s Owen Roberts International Airport.
The opening ceremony.

“We want to deliver the maximum value and exclusivity that we can to our loyal customers, and we are looking to build a new generation of customers who see even more value than has been traditionally offered, when choosing the national airline,” Whorms said.

It also comes as Cayman Airways is set to launch its most-anticipated new route in years, with nonstop service between Los Angeles and Grand Cayman in November. 

“The new and improved Sir Turtle Club Lounge adds value to the Cayman Airways product on a whole, while offering up the possibility for a few more jobs for our people,” said Cayman Tourism Minister Kenneth Bryan. “I have no doubt that our Sir Turtle Club members and Business Class passengers will be very satisfied with the enhancement to our services, and I am sure they will all enjoy this comfortable space while waiting for their flights.”

For more, visit Cayman Airways

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