Cayman Airways to offer Wi-Fi on new Boeing fleet

The Cayman Islands' government has approved a fleet modernisation plan for Cayman Airways.

Commencing in the fourth quarter of the year, the airline’s current fleet of 122-seat Boeing 737-300 aircraft will be retired and replaced with new Boeing 737-8Max aircraft, by 2020.“The modernisation starts this year with the introduction of a next generation Boeing 737-800 to the existing fleet, followed by the phased introduction of four brand new, state-of-the-art, Boeing 737-8Max aircraft between 2018 and 2020. By 2020, the 737-300s will be retired and Cayman Airways will have a fleet complement of four 737-8Max aircraft, comments deputy premier and minister for tourism, district administration and transport, Moses Kirkconnell.Cayman Airways intends to equip each aircraft with on-board Wi-Fi and in-flight entertainment, seat power and other amenities to ensure that its passengers experience the best of “Caymankindness”.

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