Thursday, April 05, 2012

Cayman Airways grounded aircraft back in service

The Cayman Airways jet damaged in Jamaica last Friday is back in the air.

CAL spokeswoman, Olivia Scott Ramirez, says the plane was repaired and went back into service on Tuesday. The wing of the Boeing 737 jet hit an improperly positioned jet bridge at the Sangster International Airport in Montego Bay.

The airline says, “It is important that it is made abundantly clear that this was a ground operations matter which had no bearing on Cayman Airways pilots who were simply following the guidance of the air marshaller on the ground, as required.”

Mrs. Scott Ramirez says, “Because this is the subject of an insurance claim, Cayman Airways is unable to comment on the cost at this time,” when asked how much the repairs cost.


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