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Havana: a privileged site for the Spanish Airlines
Havana: a privileged site for the Spanish Airlines. Photo: cmhw
Havana is increasingly receiving flights from Spain, compared to other cities of Latin America, as it is said in the report of Cubadebate.

Cuban Ambassador to Madrid Eugenio Martinez published in Twitter that there are 19 direct flights between Spain and Cuba each week.

The flights are distributed among Spanish airlines Air Europa, Iberia, Evelop, PlusUltra and soon, airline Wamos Air, will also start flying to the island.

PlusUltra started direct flights on July 4 and Wamos Air will start from Madrid, in September.

Wamos Air is promoting an around flight to Havana in September, with departure on Sep 12 from Madrid, and return flight on the 27th, at the price of 444 euros, which is possibly one of the lowest airline flight price between both cities.

Iberia -the most powerful Spanish airline- stayed out of the Cuban market for three years, until it resumed operations in June 2015, with five weekly flights. Six months later, Iberia decided to increase the weekly flight frequency to 6, because of the warm welcome it got after restarting operations in Cuba.

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  • William J Read

    Let use hope that more scheduled services will start between the UK and Cuba; only Virgin Airlines currently flies direct; when will Cubana de Aviacion return to the route, as UK travel to Cuba booms?