FlyCay Corporation Hubs of Operations
An airline hub is an airport that an airline uses as a transfer point to get passengers to their intended destination. It is part of a hub and spoke model, where travelers moving between airports, not served by direct flights, change planes en-route to their destinations. Many hubs of airlines are also situated at airports in the cities of their respective head offices.
Some airlines may use only a single hub, while other airlines use multiple hubs. Hubs are used for both passenger flights as well as cargo flights. Many airlines also use focus cities, which function much the same as hubs but on a smaller scale. Airlines may also use secondary hubs, a non-technical term for large focus cities. Here at Cayman Airways Virtual we presently have 4 hubs as of July 6th 2012.
*Please disregard the "Last Flight" column in the table below, the dates are known to be inaccurate and we are working on a solution.
Did you know that we used to operate out of these hubs in the past? As the airline developed, the decision was made to close these hubs, and re-open operations elsewhere.
- Montego Bay (MKJS)
- Barbados (TBPB)
- New York (KJFK)
- Ft. Lauderdale (KFLL)
- Hong Kong (VHHH)
- Chambéry (LFLB)
- Rome (LIRF)
- Heathrow (EGLL)