an island, there are only two ways to reach Cuba by air
or by sea. Routes are generally very busy and "waiting
list" travellers are often disappointed. Cuba's online
travel agency www.gocubaplus.net
can pre-purchase your ticket and have the same remitted
at just about any airport check in desk in the world.
Cubana de Aviación is the
National Airline and flies regularly to most destinations
in the world. Planes are now mostly modern Airbus or
Boeing models. Cubana is also the most regular carrier
to the island.
Aerocaribbean S.A. has
regular flights to Central America and the Caribbean.
It offers charter planes for businessmen and tourists'
British Airways. Has recently
begun a service, which includes a short stopover in
Nassau from London.
Air France Flies regularly
to Cuba and also offers the added benefits of connecting
flights to most European countries.
IBERIA We use Iberia from
Europe. Most connections are via Madrid. 747B's are
used on their daily Madrid - Havana route.
Lauda Air Nikki Lauda's
private airline caters for those travelling from Italy
operating are: AOM French Airlines, Avianca, Copa, Iberia,
Mexicana de Aviación, LTU, Martinair Holland, TAAG,
Lacsa, Aeroflot, Aerocaribe, Air Jamaica, Aviateca,
Nica, Taca and others.
If you wish to arrive aboard
your yacht, there are 12 marinas or harbours in the
archipelago, which offer you a safe and pleasant stay.
- Email us for radio frequencies
and contact details for the Marinas mentioned. firstname.lastname@example.org
There are marinas in Havana
City (Residential Marina Hemingway) and the Eastern
Beaches (Marina Tarará). One of our offices is in Marina
Hemingway and that office handles all of your arrival
Varadero (Marina Dársena
Guanahabibes, Pinar del Río (Marina María La gorda)
Cayo Largo (Marina PuertoSol)
Ancon Beach, Trinidad (Marina Cayo Blanco)
Punta la Gorda, Bay of Cienfuegos (Marina Jagua)
International Diving Centre El Colony, at the Isle of
Youth (Marina PuertoSol El Colony)
Guillermo Key, Jardines del Rey archipelago, to the
North, (Marina Cayo Coco-Cayo Guillermo), and