In an effort to update the travel suppliers still operating for this year we are providing a list of Cuba Travel providers and offers for 2014.
During 2013 and the early part of 2014, Cuba’s national travel suppliers of Havanatur and CubaTUR, under orientations from MINTUR, have cancelled numerous contracts with foreign travel operators who had licenses in Cuba. For example; Havanatur reduced its foreign travel agency count from 55 agencies in 2012 to 5 this year. From these 5, several we know will lose their licenses this year.
Therefore, we want to provide operators who are licensed to sell Cuban Travel Services through to August 2015, in this case if you travel before this date the below suppliers will be licensed at least until then and possibly after.
Cuba Hotel Reservations
If you intend to reserve a hotel in Cuba for the rest of 2014 or 2015 we recommend these non-prepayment websites:
Hotel Cuba – All Cuban Hotels
Hotel Bookings Havana – Havana Hotels
Hotel Bookings Old Havana – Old Havana Hotels
Hotel Reservations Varadero – Varadero Hotels
Hotel Booking Cayo Coco – Cayo Coco Hotels
Cuba Car Rental
For those looking to rent a car in Cuba in 2014 we recommend the following suppliers:
Flights to Cuba
To book flights to Cuba we recommend booking on the banner shown on this website
If you would prefer personal assistance from a Cuba Travel Specialist please use the chat button on this website and all bookings will be handled by an agent 1on1 with you.
Flights to Cuba
Airlines with flights to Cuba, Havana include Air France, Aeromexico, Air Canada, KLM, Conviasa, Condor, Virgin Airlines, copa. All Airlines fly into Terminal 3 Havana while Flights from USA to Cuba fly into Terminal 2.
Passengers view route information for airlines that offer flights to Cuba Havana, compare the prices of both low cost and traditional airlines which fly to Havana and book your flights to Cuba directly.
Havanatur allows you to find the cheapest flights to Havana (from hundreds of airlines including Copa, Iberia, Air Canada) without having to enter specific dates or even destinations, making it the best place to find cheap flights for your flight.
To book cheap flights to Cuba, choose from the list of flights to Havana or Varadero on the Havanatur Website
“Flights to Cuba from Havanatur the lowest rates”
Havanatur also offers flights to Cuba via Havanatur Nassau, Bahamas and Cancun Mexico and Cayman Islands, Panama City and many more routes. Havanatur is the main charter agent for Cubana Airlines and offers special charter services between Miami and Cuba via CTS or Marazul.
Havanatur also offers Canada´s West Jet, CanJet and Air Transat Bookings. Havanatur in collaboration with Cubana offers Toronto (YYZ) Montreal (YUL) flights plus year round Cubanana flights into Havana (HAV), Holguin (HOG) and Varadero (VRA), with seasonal flights offered to Cienfuegos (CFG), Cayo Largo (CYO), Camaguey (CMW), Santiago de Cuba (SCU), Ciego de Avila (AVI) and many others all serviced by Havanatur Booking engine shown on this page.
Latest rates for Flights to Cuba from Havanatur can be up to 20% less than booking through a third party due to the fact that Havanatur actually charters the jets that fly the above routes in most scenarios this charter service to Cuba is exclusive to Havanatur Flights Service.
More recently popular routes have become those through Panama City and the Dominican Republic Santo Domingo Airport
Let us not forget Cuba flights through Madrid Spain London England which are very popular routes for European travelers to Cuba.
All in all Havanatur is Cuba´s foremost charter company always using Cubana as its partner
Flights to Cuba Havanatur 101
Havana airport car hire Update
With the high season fast approaching for Havana airport car hire we´ve been looking at options and prices for the year end mad rush for confirmations. CubaCAR, Havanautos and REX are offering international bookings through their aforementioned Havana airport car hire partner sites. VIA is only offering through CarRentCUBA this winter.
“Book early at Havana airport car hire partner sites”
As a guide to Havana airport car hire we looked at experiences this summer which, for many, were not very good at all. Once again, visitors to Cuba left their Havana airport car hire bookings to the very last moment and many of you were gouged with incredibly high rates.
One visitor to this forum, Sebastien Beignoles from France ended up paying 89 euros for an economic car with manual transmission. As he said in his own words
“we looked around Old Havana for Havana airport car hire first trying Hotel Inglaterra then Parque Central then down to the Armadores Santander and Cruise Terminal and we could find nothing, after having our casa owner call around we located one car way our in Miramar near the PabExpo center, the price worked out at 89 Euros per day!”
Sebastien´s comments are not unique and 100´s have complained about Havana airport car hire rates being hiked to incredibly high levels for the July and August months and, specifically, for those people who did not book in advance.
Juan Marquez from Argentina also said “we´d been looking around for Havana airport car hire for about half a day and simply couldn´t find one so, we decided to simply take a taxi from Havana to Pinar del Rio where we had prebooked the Hotel Jasmines, this cost us 125 CUC for the one way journey but we still did not have a Havana airport car hire for the remainder of our trip. Thankfully, we found a car in Pinar del Rio just by chance because a German guest at Hotel Jasmines was returning a car that day so we went with him and were lucky enough to take the car he returned”
It also seems that major suppliers are holding some vehicles back and are expecting to obtain very high rates for Minivan and Van type vehicles of the 7 to 9 seat capacity. Again, it is highly advisable to book earlier at say CubaCAR.com if you are looking for this type of vehicle and maybe REXCUBA if you need a more luxurious type of car.
Havana airport car hire 2012
Cuba Customs duties
A massive increase in Cuba customs duties took effect in Cuba on Monday, catching many air travelers unaware and leaving some shocked at the new fees.
A Cuban American who arrived with her husband for a visit to the island where she was born, speaking outside the CubaCar Rental office said she was astonished when officials charged her $599 in Cuba Customs duties.
“We come every year, and they had never charged been Cuba Customs duties like that,” Gonzalez said outside the terminal at Havana’s international airport, her orange, shrink-wrapped bags packed on a luggage cart. “There is a lot of angst among the people.”
Authorities have defended the measure to increase Cuba Customs duties as necessary to impose order in airports, which at times can look more like cargo terminals for all the baggage.
“officials charged her $599 in Cuba Customs duties”
Experts say the measure targets so-called mules, which make frequent trips back and forth to places like Ecuador, Panama and Miami, carrying huge bags overstuffed with merchandise destined for resale or to supply the island’s growing ranks of private entrepreneurs who then do not pay Cuba Customs duties.
But some fear that these increased Cuba Customs duties could also hurt Cuban families that rely on goods imported five suitcases at a time, as well as the many islanders who are able to visit relatives abroad by agreeing to bring back heavy loads for others who pay the airfare.
Travelers are allowed to bring in 66 pounds (30 kilograms) of miscellaneous goods without being charged. Everything after that gets taxed at $4.55 a pound ($10 per kilogram).
Islanders get a once-a-year pass to pay excess baggage fees in the local peso, worth 24 to the dollar, but starting with their second trip they must pay the much higher dollar-based rates. Anyone who’s not a permanent resident pays the higher rate from the start.
“They charged me 102 Cuban pesos ($4.25) because I’m a Cuban and it’s my first time traveling to the U.S.,” said Maria Roque, a resident of Matanzas province who was returning to Cuba from a trip to visit her son.
But Roque said she was put on notice at customs: “The next time, I’ll have to pay in dollars.”
While the new duty schedule was announced two months ago, many travelers said Monday they were taken by surprise. The terminal appeared normal on the outside, but passengers said operations seemed confused and sluggish at customs.
“There’s a lot of unhappy people in there,” said Yoanny Garcia another Cuban-American, who reported paying twice theusual customs fee. “There are people who came with a little money set aside to help family, and then they get hit with this.”
Cuba Customs duties Information
Car rental Cuba
Our experience with Car rental Cuba and some of the issues we discovered could be unique but, after talking on the forum and with other visitors this summer 2012 we feel that we can make some comments to help others.
We searched on the internet in early June and found several companies offering Car rental Cuba, some had cars in Cuba in US dollars (which we later found was not the case) while most other were charging in Canadian dollars or Euros. We noted some websites and decided to leave it a few weeks. My husband and I returned to the web to make the final booking on Tuesday July 2nd. No I am not a “date freak” but I remember this day well because, when we visited several of the websites we´d taken note of all of them came back with “no availability” or they were offering just very expensive (luxury Audi Cars) ranges of cars we could not afford. We even called Cuba Car (my husband is Colombian) at two locations in Havana; one place was the Sevilla Hotel while the other was an obscure office in Miramar at 3ra & 46, both advised to “reserva en internet” or reserve online…. Some help!! We could not get a reply from about another 4 numbers we had, especially the Cuba Car office at Jose Marti Airport which simply rang and rang, no answer…
By late that day we were panicking because we needed the Car rental Cuba to complete our itinerary of visiting 4 Cuban provinces with all of the hotels in Cuba already confirmed and paid. At 7pm my husband called on last location which was Hotel Inglaterra in Old Havana and they told us to try the official website for foreigners called Cuba Car.com
After contacting their chat system they quickly confirmed that few cars were available and it would have been easier to book in June than July and, that they no cars available for our arrival date (20th July) at Jose Marti Airport but, they could a Car rental Cuba of a medium car (what turned out to be a Hyundai Accent) at the Habana Libre Hotel. Yipeeeee!!!
We completed the online forms and sent off the request. It took until the next day to get answer; by this team we were pretty anxious and worried. An invoice came through and, after clicking the link we were able to pay online using our Chase card (US Issued credit card). We got the customary “no-reply” email confirming we had paid but nothing else. Being as anxious as we both were, we contacted their chat system again and the lady “Natasha” passed us to Pedro (all this on the chat…technology) who confirmed that all we had to do was sign the invoice we´d soon receive and send our driving license (this made collecting car super quick BTW). Two days later we received the Car rental Cuba voucher which showed the familiar Cuba CAR logo and a booking code TA-284871 and some other minor details (flight number, car type, etc)
“Advice – Car rental Cuba in High season. book well in advance”
Even though the above had been relatively painless, we were still very anxious after having heard stories of people showing up to find no car available. Basically, until we were sat in our car and had started our journey through Cuba, I don´t think we´d have been happy with any amount of paperwork.
Fast-forward July 20th , we made the short trip across the border at Tijuana and the first of two flights (stopover in DF) that would bring us back to Havana. The flight was uneventful and we arrived in Havana at 8.47 PM with just 12 minutes delay! Pretty cool for a dual stopover flight which took us across Mexico. Havana Customs were pretty quick and, within 40 mins we were sat in our taxi and on our way to the Havana Libre Hotel to collect our Car rental Cuba. It looked like there had been a serious downpour just before we arrived because our taxi kept hitting deep puddles on the road and the water would presumably crash up into the underbody of the car. Not a nice sensation, especially with his erratic driving…ufff
We arrived at the front of the hotel but had to gain access from the right because the stairs were being repaired, we dragged our cases behind us and Miguel held the rucksacks over his shoulder. We arrived at the CUBA CAR desk and could see several people there. There were a total of 8 people in what resembled a line of waiting people, we stood last in line. We overheard people saying they “hoped they could get a car” while my husband said a Cuban American couple were arguing about why they had not booked a car in advance. It all looked quite worrying. I whispered to my husband “think there are no cars…?” he just looked at me blank faced…obviously no car meant losing ALL of our precious plans, hotel bookings or worst, trying to do the whole trip in a taxi…not good…
Then, I heard something then my husband raised his hand. I asked what he was doing, he said “they´re asking those who have bookings to raise their hands” I looked around and there was just my husband with his hand in the air… He then marched towards the desk with me grasping his hand, our cases in tow and passing all these people, I felt bad…When we got to th desk they beckoned “voucher” “tienes voucher” which, with my basic Spanish made me grab our travel pouch and the voucher we´d printed at home before leaving for Cuba. I reluctantly handed it to him as all the stories flashed before my eyes of Canadian´s online complaining about not getting their cars in Cuba… But, within seconds he looked up from his list and said to my husband “perfecto, ya todo esta en orden” brilliant!!! I thought, we´re on our way!
Literally within 30 minutes we were descending the drenched “La Rampa” street towards the Malecon and on our way to Varadero (our first Hotel). The car was almost new and was a Hyundai Accent automatic of a light blue color. I´d heard the stories but this car was perfect. We had just one puncture on our whole road trip around Cuba which included Varadero, Trinidad, Cayo Coco (we drove there) and Santiago de Cuba.
Our experience with Cuba Car.com was excellent, the service was a little quirky (the delays in getting responses) but overall the outcome was great. We know that nobody else in the cue that day was getting a car and, after talking to others on our three week journey, many people were unable to find cars in Cuba and some even had resorted to taxis. Our last minute booking with Cuba CAR.com worked and, I am thankful to them for being so serious and providing us a solution (even though it was not at the airport) when nobody else wanted to.
Josephine and Miguel
Coronado , San Diego, CA
Car rental Cuba from USA
Car Rental Cuba?
For those of you who Car Rental Cuba this summer there are a few things you should be aware of when driving around this precious island.
Taking advantage of your Car Rental Cuba might mean traveling from say, Havana to Santiago de Cuba and, spending some time at Cuba Hotels or Casa Particulares along the way. First of all, be aware that police fines in Cuba are not sent to your home or to the address on your driving license, they are written on the back of the rental contract and payable when you return the car. In effect, the rental office is the police fine collector…novel eh?
When driving your Car Rental Cuba you should take the following precautions:
Ensure that your tires are correctly inflated at all times. If necessary check these every few days or more than you would back home. Why? Well, Cuban roads can be hot enough to fry an egg (literally) and this can place excessive stress on these little rubber contact patches we call tires. When they heat up and lose temperature they can force air from the tire and thus, even though no puncture is present, the tires can deflate daily. A deflated tire will create more friction (heat) which, added to the already sweltering roads can make your tires literally decompose and cause blow outs. Therefore, the best way to obvert this is, keep your tires checked and inflated to the right pressure.
- Checking your Car Rental Cuba upon collection
- Check that your spare tire, jack and tire tools are present. DO NOT take their word for it.
- Check around the car and mark every single (even tiny) scratch on the car images shown on the contract.
- If the car has plastic wheel covers, ensure all 4 are present and properly secured.
- When you collect the Car Rental Cuba check the fuel gauge and that it is right up against the needle. If it is not and you are being charged for a Full tank and expected to bring it back empty (common in Cuba) you may be missing up to $20 o $30 in fuel.
The insurance on car rental in Cuba since 2010 is fully comprehensive CDW (Collison damage waiver) compliant. Therefore, your Car Rental Cuba no longer has the awkward Cuban Insurance A and B from previous years. This makes your life easier because you are not responsible for any damage of theft of parts from the vehicle providing a proper police report is made.
“Our Car Rental Cuba had one blowout coming back from Varadero”
Just Car Rental Cuba or getting a car at the desk upon arrival can be extremely difficult.. Some of your have been mesmerized by the total lack of organization in Cuba and nowhere is this more apparent than trying to rent a car without a pre-booked confirmation from either CubaCAR, Havanautos, REX or Via. The problem is that none of Cuba´s rent a car agencies are actually linked together and they are not even linked to a central booking system! Therefore, when you are faced with the problem of no car at the rental office you visited, they will be unable to even tell you where another agency is with a car! Booking a Car Rental Cuba in advance is therefore highly advisable
For those who have chosen to Car Rental Cuba and are driving to their Cayo Coco Cuba accommodations, you will have to pay a small fee to cross, and you might expect to have your car looked over to make sure you are not bringing in anyone otherwise not permitted to cross. As a result of all this, you will not experience as much pressure from locals trying to lead you to a certain paladares or to one of the hostels in Cayo Coco, for example.
Cienfuegos with a Car Rental Cuba
There’s no escaping the long, tiresome drive via the autopista to reach Cienfuegos. Get an early start. At Jagüey Grande turn south for Peninsula de Zapata, stopping for lunch at Restaurante Colibrí, at La Boca. Fill up on fuel here and tour the crocodile farm before continuing to Playa Girón, site of the Bay of Pigs landing. The Museo Playa Girón will excite military and history experts.
Sancti Spiritus with a Car Rental Cuba
Driving to Sancti Spíritus is a scenic sensation. Drive by Sancti Spíritus town and follow the Carretera Central eastbound. Stop for a traditional paladar style lunch at Finca Oasis (12 miles east of Ciego de ávila) and arrive in Camagüey in mid—afternoon. The “City of Plazas” is well—named. Plaza San Juan de Díos is the place to be at sunset. Next day you can explore the other key plazas. Camagüey is a large city. Take your time strolling, being sure not to miss Plaza del Carmen while driving your Car Rental Cuba through the countryside
Santiago de Cuba with a Car Rental Cuba
Consider a full day’s drive to Santiago de Cuba from Havana, passing through Las Tunas and Bayamo, where Cuba’s independence resistance was spawned. After eating at the bodega style restaurant La Sevillana, take a couple of hours walking to explore around Parque Céspedes then continue via in your Car Rental Cuba to El Cobre, to visit the Basilica. Arriving in Santiago de Cuba, check into the Hotel San Basilio, in the heart of the colonial sector
Holguín with a Car Rental Cuba
Start early for Holguín province via the badly signposted coast road where the sea basically is your guide to navigation utopia. Allow 4 hours to arrive at Cueto, just before which turn south for The Historic Birán, Fidel Castro’s birthplace; the original farmhouse has been recreated in idealized form. Retrace your steps north, continuing via Banes a wonderfully scenic drive and the Chorro del Maita archeological site. Overnight at Guardalavaca, where all inclusive hotels are your sole option for accommodation
Most important thing when driving your Car Rental Cuba is traffic is extremely scarce, in places almost nonexistent. Main roads (“carretera central” and other roads connecting cities) are OK. Asphalt is in good condition without many potholes. The road signs do exist (speed limits and directions) but you have to pay attention not to miss them since there would be usually only one.
Split or Divided highways (“autopista”) are simply 3 lanes wide main roads with separated directions of traffic. Only grass (no barrier) between directions, no fences to keep animals off the road, no restrictions on type of traffic. Road signs also only one before or at the exit.
Less important roads and local roads are not very good but I´ve seen worse in Kansas, there are some potholes, but keeping that in mind, definitely drivable. Usually no road signs except village and town names, mostly very faded.
All roads are wide by European/North American standards (i.e. 6m/19Ft or more) except few minor dead-end roads leading to a farm or similar. I guess that by American or Canadian standards these roads can appear quite narrow.
As most of the Car Rental Cuba are small anyway and most are European size vehicles, then the roads seem to match the cars!
Car Rental Cuba 2012
Car Rental Cuba making you crazy?
Car Rental Cuba in this year’s high season of July and August is going to be tricky. We have been informed that from June 15th (in a few days…) local agencies in Cuba and foreign agencies who resell Car Rental Cuba will be prohibited from confirming further services. This strategy is nothing new but, what is new is the chosen date. Usually, Car Rental Cuba confirmations to resellers are ended on July 1st, this year it’s June 15th. We are told by MINTUR insiders that this is because Cuba is breaking all records for summer bookings as they have this year…
So, what does this mean to you and your Car Rental Cuba?
Firstly, if you intend to book Car Rental Cuba for July and August then try to do this before the June 15th deadline. After this deadline you will be unable to book or receive confirmations from ANY RESELLER and you will have to organize your booking directly with the Cuban car rental companies. The official websites of CubaCAR , Havanautos and REX Car Rental will continue to accept bookings on a first come first served basis.
What if I wait and organize my Car Rental Cuba when I arrive at a rental desk?
If you are one of life’s extremely lucky people or an adrenaline Junky ( Cuba has lots of these you may wish to take the risk. Most probably, you will need to travel far and wide and waste a big chunk of your first days locating a car which is available. Invariably, your constant luck may just run out… If you do find a car, be aware that Cuban car rental companies operate what is called “extreme high season” rates for clients who have not pre-booked. These shocking rates are often 30-50% more than online rates at their official websites but, if you can´t get a pre-confirmation then what choice do you have?
A third party agency has confirmed my Car Rental Cuba but I cannot get them to send the voucher or official confirmation….
Several known agencies based in Cuba sell cars they don´t have or have not received confirmation for hoping that somehow they will get a cancellation or something…They never send the official voucher and try and win time. Our section on Car Rental Cuba scams & rip-offs http://rent-a-car-in-cuba.com/2012/01/cuba-car-rental-scams-ripoffs/ provides links to client complaints concerning these agencies. While many have closed down, gone out of business or been shut down by the Cubans, sadly…some still remain… If you feel you may be a victim of one of these agencies then send us the details below and we´ll do our best to investigate.
“Only use Car Rental Cuba official websites”
Can I get discounts on Car Rental Cuba if I book before the June 15th deadline?
Yes. We have checked with CubaCAR, Havanautos and REX Car Rental and you can still book with their 20% discount program click here for details until June 15th. After that date, they will still accept online bookings but without the discount. No bookings will be accepted unless your booking is directly through their websites
What types of cars are available for Car Rental Cuba this summer?
Here´s a link to one of our earlier blog posts that shows the current fleet of cars. If your Car Rental Cuba needs a Jeep, Minivan and Van then you really should be bookings this immediately on one of the official websites mentioned above because they are very, very difficult to get.
If any of you have some information that will help our readers get Car Rental Cuba easier then please drop us a message below.
Thanks and enjoy Cuba!!!
Dr. Fauster – UNI Peru/Habana
*Dr. Fauster has visited Cuba 11 times since 1997
Car Rental Cuba Advice
Cuba Car Rental Airport
New Discount Code – DESC2012CTS
The news this month is an “across the board 20% discount” on Cuba Car Rental Airport for rentals starting on or before the 30th of July. Essentially all categories and models receive the 20% discount code. The incredible offer being rolled out by the three major operators allows Cuba Car Rental Airport online bookings with an amazing 20% off between 25 April 2012 and July 31st. Furthermore, rentals which begin in the discount period and end later (presumably August) will have the remaining days discounted by 10%.
This is the first time we´ve seen an across the board discount scheme for online sales for Cuba Car Rental Airport. As far as we can gather the objective is that bookings be made directly with the Cuban suppliers on their approved websites because, several agents have told us that no such discount exists from them.
“Cuba Car Rental Airport Discounts Code!”
Therefore, if you are planning a Cuba Car Rental Airport this season you should book ASAP as we do not know how long the code will remain active. Visit the following official websites and make your bookings. Download here the explanation of the discount program and how to access this.
Pages for bookings in English
Cuba Car Cuba www.Cuba-Car.com
REX Car Rental www.REXCUBA.com
Via Car rental www.CarRentCuba.com
*Note: as we all know, these websites are all run by Transtur´s booking agent so bookings on any of them will garner the same results for Cuba Car Rental Airport also see cuba car rental reviews
Don´t say we didn´t get you the latest news!! (-:
Cuba Car Rental Airport Offers
Pope Visit to Cuba
The Pope´s upcoming visit to Cuba is causing headaches for travel professionals and their clients. As Cuban authorities step up security in anticipation of the Pope Visit to Cuba some visitors are finding that their Rent A Car in Cuba is being moved outside the Jose Marti airport and into Havana City Some have had to take taxis while others have been collected by benevolent rental car employees and escorted to their vehicles in the city. We interviewed Pedro Alvarez Salizar from the airport authorities about the Pope Visit to Cuba, he explained “we are stepping up security and, this means moving non necessary traffic away from the airport areas and this includes rental cars which are normally parked in the Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 areas but, we´ve decided to move these into the city. We have already begun direct city drop offs with shuttle services to finally bring passengers to the airport”
However, this seems to not only to be affecting Cuba car rental clients but also Hotel guests. One client staying at the Hotel Nacional Havana said he found it difficult to find the shuttle bus the hotel offers because it had been moved to across the parking area whereas it normally is stationed right outside the terminal exit area.
We also interviewed the Havanatur agent at Jose Marti Airport about the Pope Visit to Cuba who advised that the Havana VIP Lounge at the airport would be closed to the public from March 15th until April 6th, presumably to accommodate visiting dignitaries and heads of state.
“Pope Visit to Cuba Jose Marti Airport”
Flights to Cuba have yet to be affected but, as we approach the dates of the Pope Visit to Cuba we expect to experience some delays not only through increased air traffic but, also through these security measures.
Pope Visit to Cuba Delays
Flights to Cuba from USA
The previous problems encountered when booking flights to Cuba from USA have now been resolved and the booking platform has garnered 31 successful bookings over the holidays for visitors to this blog, so we can now recommend this method.
“Flights to Cuba from USA for $246″
Of course, when booking flights to Cuba from USA there´s still the Cubana phone numbers in Mexico which may still provide verbal bookings but, as some have found, when passengers arrive they must pay in cash and some have been bumped from their verbally confirmed flights at great expense of spending one or more nights in Mexico.
On Havanatur.com several passengers paid just $246 for their seats and received immediate confirmation and eticket online.
Therefore, as a 2012 recommendation for flights to Cuba from USA we heartily recommend this method
If anyone has any other experiences however, please post your comments here
Flights to Cuba from USA