International Airliners Resume Flights to Cuba

Cuban tourism will be favored by the resumption of flights to local destinations by international airline companies starting in the second half of May

a turkish airliner in mid-air

Tourism marketing director Gihana Galindo made the announcement during the 42nd International Tourism Fair (FITCuba2024) in the presence of Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel.

Galindo said that China Airlines will resume operations on May 17 covering the route Beijing-Madrid-Havana. China Airlines connected Beijing, Montreal and Havana before the COVID-29 pandemic.

Meanwhile, four weekly flights from Portugal will also offer tourists the opportunity to enjoy the summer season here with two of them landing in Varadero tourist center, one in Santa Clara city, and another one in the Jardines del Rey keys, off the northern Cuban coast.

A new airline company will increase flights from Spain to central Santa Clara city, while new flights will also come from the capital Madrid.

Flights from the Czech Republic and Slovakia will also return for the summer revealing that the 2023 experience was positive for those tourist sources said the official who added that these two markets will resume ops in the winter season with flights from Prague to eastern Holguin city and Santa Clara, while another one will connect Bratislava to Holguin.

At present, Cuba is receiving flights from 54 countries, 150 weekly flights from Canada and Spain, while actions are underway to encourage new flights from other airline companies.

Cuba offers over 82 thousand modern and comfortable hotel rooms in different tourist destinations, that figure is expected to grow to 110 hotel rooms by 2030.

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