Havana Airport is the primary gateway to Cuba. Its official name is José Martí International Airport, in honour of the Cuban poet. However, to some locals it's still Rancho-Boyeros Airport, as it's located in the town of Boyeros 15km southwest of Havana.
The airport is the hub for Cuba's three major airlines – Cubana de Aviacion, Aerogaviota and AeroCaribbean – as well as international airlines such as Air France, Copa, KLM, Iberia, Aeroflot and many others connecting the formerly isolated island nation with more than 30 countries.
There are four passenger terminals in use at Havana Airport, connected by shuttle buses:
- Terminal 1 is the domestic terminal.
- Terminal 2 handles charter flights to the United States.
- Terminal 3 is the international terminal.
- Terminal 5 handles domestic and regional flights to Caribbean destinations.
Most facilities are found in Terminal 3, which is the largest and most modern terminal. You can grab a bite or sit down at restaurants, cafes and bars serving a range of international food options, shop for duty-free goods and essentials, and withdraw or exchange local currency when you arrive.
Internet access is available for a fee throughout the airport, and dedicated business lounges provide everything you'll need to take care of business before your flight. The airport also provides play rooms for parents with children and is fully accessible for disabled passengers.
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Please note: all information is correct as of October, 2016.