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Air cruisers touch down in Cayman

 
An American travel company is considering making Grand Cayman a regular stop on an island-hopping air tour, nicknamed the Air cruise. 
Around 20 tourists touched down in George Town on Wednesday as part of the Mauiva Sun & Fun Experience tour, which also stopped in the Bahamas and Jamaica as part of a week-long holiday package. 
Don Hundley, director of marketing for Mauiva AirCruise, said there was potential for flights to leave every other day from Florida for a Caribbean trip. 
He believes there is a market for air cruising as a growth area in the Caribbean and sees the Cayman Islands as a strong destination for this type of trip. 
"The whole concept is making multi-destination travel simple," he said. "It cuts down on hassle and travel time and gives people the chance to enjoy the activities and make the most of their time at each destination."
Caren Thompson-Palacio, the airports authority"s business development and marketing manager, said: "The Cayman Islands Airports Authority welcomes the Mauiva AirCruise charter to Grand Cayman and is delighted that they chose to include us in their Sun & Fun Experience."



Source:compasscayman.com