The Ministry of Tourism and Transport confirmed that British Airways (BA) will resume commercial flight service between Grand Cayman and London, Heathrow Airport as of Monday September 27.
The Ministry said that BA will operate a variable schedule three times per week based on a seasonal timetable and travel demand. The BA service will also resume the flight route via Nassau, Bahamas from week commencing September 27, 2021.
The Ministry noted that The Bahamas is currently rated as an Amber list country by the UK Government and it is recommended that travellers review UK entry guidelines for the latest on arrival rules by visiting https://www.gov.uk/guidance/red-amber-and-green-list-rules-for-entering-england
The Ministry advised that travellers who transit through Amber countries to the UK must verify their vaccination status on arrival, or if unvaccinated self-isolate for 10 days. Passengers who travel on the BA flight via Nassau will be classed as arriving from an Amber country on arrival in the UK. This means that unvaccinated travellers from the Cayman Islands will have to self-isolate for 10 days if travelling on a BA flight from 27 September onwards.
In the case of vaccinated travellers, the Ministry noted that the UK is not presently accepting HSA vaccination cards given to Cayman Islands residents as verified proof of vaccination. Cayman Islands Public Health have developed a standard certificate in line with other British Overseas Territories which can be used...
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