Canadian airline Sunwing resumed his flights to Cuba, specifically to Varadero, with four weekly frequencies whose departures come from Montreal and Toronto.
The four weekly connections from the aforementioned cities will take place on Fridays and Sundays, with itineraries destined for the Juan Gualberto Gómez International Airport, in Varadero, Matanzas.
Rokny Ceballo, director of the Cuban company Take Off told Latin Press that Sunwing It plans to expand its flight frequencies to Cuba in the near future.
Canada is one of the main emitters of tourists to the island and in general its travelers are high consumers of the product “sun and beach” within the offer of Tourism in Cuba.
At the beginning of September Sunwing announced that he would fly to Cuba again. The Canadian airline confirmed that it will give flights to different Cuban tourist destinations starting next November from Ottawa.
Sunwing intends to relaunch 11 routes to the Caribbean and Mexico. The flights will begin in November and will run weekly until April 2022, coinciding with the tourist boom stage. Operations in Cuba include trips to four destinations that are Cayo Santa María, Varadero, Cayo Coco and Holguín.
Also this week began his route of flights to Cuba the aztec company Magnicharters. It is the seventh of its kind to connect with the Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport. This airline is scheduled to have two trips a week from Cancun, Mexico.
At the end of September the Cuban authorities reported that 23 airlines will land at different airports during the month of October, from Europe, North America, the Caribbean and Latin America. This figure represents a significant increase in flights to Cuba compared to the previous months in which trips were reduced due to the coronavirus crisis.
The Cuban Airport and Airport Services Company (ECASA) confirmed among the airlines that American Airlines, Iberia, Air France, Copa Airlines, Viva Aerobús and Turkish Airlines are expected to disembark on the island.
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