Several international airlines resume flights to Cuba | the Caribbean

HAVANA, Cuba, May 4 – Several international airlines have announced plans to resume flights to Cuba.

This was revealed by tourism marketing director Gihana Galindo during the 42nd International Tourism Fair.

Galindo said China Airlines will resume operations on the Beijing-Madrid-Havana route on May 17.

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, with two of them landing in the tourist center of Varadero, one in the city of Santa Clara and one in the Jardines del Rey Keys, off the northern Cuban coast .

A new airline will increase the number of flights from Spain to the central city of Santa Clara, while there will also be new flights from the capital Madrid.

Flights from the Czech Republic and Slovakia will also return this summer with flights from Prague to the eastern city of Holguin and Santa Clara, while another will connect Bratislava to Holguin.

Cuba currently receives flights from 54 countries, 150 weekly flights from Canada and Spain, while steps are being taken to encourage new flights from other airlines.

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