Grand Cayman’s airport upgrades benefit from COVID-related traffic slowdown

A year ago, as COVID-19 was beginning to wreak economic havoc worldwide, the project team working on upgrades to a key airport on the Cayman Islands found itself in the unique position of benefiting somewhat from the pandemic. Faced with the difficult task of having to upgrade the airport’s only runway while it remained operational, the project team suddenly had much more flexibility to operate once the island nation had sealed its borders, dramatically limiting flights to Owen Roberts International Airport on Grand Cayman, the largest of the nation’s islands.

Designed by Stantec, the project conducted by the Cayman

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