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Cheap flights from Cuba

The Caribbean country of Cuba has opened up to the world in a big way, and exploring the globe from this nation has never been easier. Browse through all your travel options with Skyscanner, who can zero in on flights via a number of parameters, like airline, route, rates, and departure times.

Around 16 airports service commercial flights, with the primary hubs being the Jose Marti International Airport (HAV) in Havana, and the Juan Gualberto Gomez Airport (VRA) in Varadero. The other airport of note in Cuba is the Antonio Maceo Airport (SCU) in Santiago de Cuba.

The Jose Marti International Airport (HAV) offers the most in the way of international and domestic destinations, with 55 non-stop routes available. The national airline for this country is Cubana, and from Havana, you will find there are lots of flights operated by this carrier. However, there are plenty of airlines offering services from Cuba, and these are Condor, Spirit, Southwest, American Airlines, Delta, Iberia, Sunwing, airberlin, Interjet, Avianca, KLM, and more.

Popular flights from Cuba

If you’ve already been charmed by the sultry vibe of Havana, then you should get to know the historical one of Santiago de Cuba. In an hour and a half you will find yourself able to visit the ramparts of the Castillo de San Pedro del Morro, see the house and museum Casa de Diego Velazquez, and drop by the wide-open square of the Plaza de Revolucion.

The cities of North America are also within close proximity of Cuba, fly to Montreal (YUL) in under four hours. This Canadian city feels the most European, and you can feel that for yourself by wondering around Old Montreal, ducking into the Notre Dame Basilica, and indulging in the amazing French-inspired cuisine.

Of course, you can make the comparison even easier, by booking a secondary trip out to Paris (CDG) where you can see the original Notre Dame, as well as the Eiffel Tower, the Bastille, and get lost in the delightful and atmospheric Latin Quarter.

Where to find cheap flights from Cuba

There are several international hubs from Cuba, so locating your closest major airport will help in finding competitive fares. Generally, it is also advised to check the low-cost carriers that serve the route you want to fly on, as these companies will forego a dining and drinks service, and reflect those savings in the fare rates.

Flexible travellers can also pinpoint the best time to fly with the calendar tool, as this feature will show you all the fares available in your chosen month, and you can see whether it would be cheaper to fly on a mid-week route, or during a different month altogether.

Also leave your search filters unamended if you want to review all the flight options, including connecting travel, and off-peak travel times.

 

Please note that information is correct as of March 2017

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