WALKER'S CAY AIRLINES / WALKER'S INTERNATIONAL
Fort Lauderdale based Walker's Cay Airlines, formerly a charter airline called Walker's Cay Air Terminal, began daily scheduled commuter flights between Florida and Walker's Cay, Bahamas in 1980. The fleet in early 1981 consisted of 3 aircraft, a Twin Otter and a Grumman Mallard and Beechcraft Queen Air N555PV.
Grumman G-73 Mallard N2954 (msn J-14) was christened the "Walker's Cay Clipper".
Walker's Cay timetable circa summer 1980 showing flights between Fort Lauderdale, Walker's Cay and West Palm Beach. Courtesy of Björn Larsson.
The back side of the timetable announces new service to West Palm Beach beginning June 27, 1980. Courtesy of Björn Larsson.
Walker's Cay Airlines route map based on the September 1, 1981 Official Airline Guide showing the addition of Bimini. Map generated by the Great Circle Mapper - copyright © Karl L. Swartz.
The airline's name was changed to Walker's International in 1982. Scheduled commuter flights were discontinued in 1990 but charter operations continued well into the early 2000s. Twin Otter N666PV is picture at Fort Lauderdale on April 8, 1993. Photo copyright Torsten Maiwald.