The largest of the Antilles has a connective infrastructure of 10 international airports, which today operate 54 foreign airlines with regular flights to Cuba from more than 60 cities around the world. The island hopes to close the year 2017 with more than 4 million tourists arriving
Among the main airlines currently present in Cuba are Aeroflot, Air Canada, Air Caraibes, Air Europa, Air France, Aeromexico, Bahamasair, Blue Panorama, Cayman Airways, Commercial take off SA, Conviasa, Copa Airlines, Elca SA, Iberia, Interjet, Lan Chile, Martinair, Taag, Taca, Tame and Virgin Atlantic.
The vast majority of markets have predicted a significant increase in tourist emissions, taking into consideration that there are several airlines that have indicated the intention to increase their frequencies of flights to Cuba for the next winter season 2015-2016 as they are The cases of: Condor of Germany, Interjet of Mexico, Airlines Argentina, Air-France, KLM, among others.
Chinese airlines have also announced the opening of the route between Beijing and Havana with stopovers in Canada, with a frequency of three weekly flights to Cuba. Also, Finnair is planning to connect China with Cuba by next December 2017.
This new route would not only connect the great Asian giant with the Caribbean for the first time, but would facilitate this market to travel from Cuba to other countries in the region.
With Brazil is also negotiating the entry of the airline Gol for the establishment of direct flights to Cuba, particularly to Havana.
Following the reestablishment of diplomatic relations between Washington and Havana, routes and number of passengers and flights to Cuba have increasingly grown.
Despite new political approach of current American administration toward the island, several North American air and sea carriers have expressed their will of continuing covering regular routes between the two countries, and undoubtedly, this would contribute to the trend in the increasing of flights to Cuba for the next couple of years.Tags:Cuba, La Habana, Turismo, Vuelos, Vuelos a Cuba, Vuelos directos