Air arrivals continue to grow with 7.5% rise in May

| 05/07/2012

737-300-cayman-airways.JPG_.jpg(CNS Business): After a slight fall in April, air passengers arriving in the Cayman Islands increased once again this May when compared to the same month last year, statistics from the Department of Tourism have revealed. The almost continuous rise in tourism arrivals which began some two years ago saw a 7.5% increase in May compared to 2011, which had also recorded a significant increase on 2010. This May was the second best since 2001, with 25,193 arriving at the airport. Meanwhile, down at the George Town port, arrivals were considerably more disappointing. Arrivals fell below last year’s figure to 90,551, the worst cruise arrival statistics for May since 2000. Read more on CNS business

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