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Below is a list of Airlines that fly to Cuba.

You can buy flights to Cuba via the booking engine on this website or by contacting us. CLICK HERE for more information on flights to Cuba.. You can also buy tickets directly from the airlines.

From the U.S.

Direct commercial flights to Cuba from the U.S started in September 2016. The following airlines were given approval to operate to and from a variety of ports in Cuba:

  • Alaska Airlines - L.A. to Havana
  • American Airlines - Miami to Cienfuegos, Holguín, Camagüey, Santa Clara, Havana and Varadero, and Charlotte to Havana
  • Delta Air Lines - JFK, Altanta and Miami to Havana
  • Frontier Airlines - Miami to Havana
  • JetBlue Airways - New York, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando to Havana, and Fort Lauderdale to Santa Clara, Camagüey, and Holguín.
  • Southwest Airlines - Fort Lauderdale to Havana, Santa Clara, and Varadero, and Tampa to Havana
  • Spirit Airlines - Fort Lauderdale to Havana
  • United Airlines - Houston and Newark to Havana

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From the Europe and the U.K.

  • Virgin Atlantic - From Britain and Europe
  • Air France - From Paris
  • Iberia - From Madrid
  • Martinair - From The Netherlands
  • Condor - From a variety of ports
  • Cubana - From Rome, Madrid, Moscow, and Paris

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From South and Central American

  • LAN - From South America via Lima
  • Avianca - From South America via Bogota
  • Taca - From South and Central America
  • Mexicana - From Mexico and the Caribbean
  • Cubana - From Bogota, Buenos Aires, Cancun, Managua, Mexico, and Costa Rica to Havana
  • Copa - From South and Central America via Panama
  • Aeropostal - From Venezuela and the Caribbean

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From the Caribbean

  • InterCaribbean - via Providenciales to Santiago de Cuba and Havana
  • Cubana - from Fort de France, Nassau, Port of Prince, and Santiago to Havana, Santiago de Cuba, and Holgin

From Canada

  • Air Canada - From Vancouver, Montreal, and Toronto
  • Cubana - From Montreal and Toronto
  • Taca - From Toronto

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Routes via third countries

Travel from U.S to Cuba via Montego Bay, Jamaica

  • Atlanta to Havana on Air Jamaica
  • Boston to Havana on Air Jamaica
  • Baltimore to Havana on Air Jamaica
  • Chicago to Havana on Air Jamaica
  • Ft. Lauderdale to Havana on Air Jamaica
  • Houston to Havana on Air Jamaica
  • Los Angeles to Havana on Air Jamaica
  • Miami to Havana on Air Jamaica
  • New York to Havana on Air Jamaica
  • Newark to Havana on Air Jamaica
  • Orlando to Havana on Air Jamaica
  • Philadelphia to Havana on Air Jamaica

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Flights to Havana, Cuba from Canada

  • Flights from Montreal to Havana on Cubana or Air Canada
  • Flights from Ottawa to Havana on Air Canada
  • Flights from Toronto to Havana on Air Canada, Cubana or Grupo Taca
  • Flights from Vancouver to Havana on Air Canada

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Flights to Havana, Cuba from Mexico

  • Flights from Cancun, Mexico to Havana on Aerocaribe or Cubana
  • Flights from Merida, Mexico to Havana on Aerocaribe or Aerogaviota
  • Flights from Mexico City to Havana on Cubana or Mexicana

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Flights to Havana, Cuba from the Caribbean

  • Flights from Barbados to Havana on BWIA or Air Jamaica
  • Flights from Grand Cayman to Havana on AeroCaribbean
  • Flights from Jamaica to Havana on Air Jamaica
  • Flights from Nassau to Havana on Cubana
  • Flights from Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago to Havana on BWIA
  • Flights from Santo Domingo to Havana on Cubana or Copa
  • Flights from St. Lucia to Havana on Air Jamaica

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Flights to Havana, Cuba from Central and South America

  • Flights from Caracas to Havana on Aeropostal
  • Flights from Curacao to Havana on Air Jamaica or Aeropostal
  • Flights from Guatemala to Havana on Cubana
  • Flights from Managua to Havana on AeroCaribbean
  • Flights from Panama City to Havana on Copa or Grupo Taca
  • Flights from San Jose, Costa Rica to Havana on Grupo Taca
  • Flights from San Salvador to Havana on Grupo Taca

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