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Archive for October, 2011


Havana Jose Marti Airport Review | Gary Shane

Inbound Havana Airport offers very long delays at immigration and for collecting checked baggage. Following a very slow, humourless, and rigorous immigration procedure you might expect that you would enter the baggage hall and find your baggage already on the belt, after waiting an hour. since the aircraft landed. Far from it, you first have […]

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Havana Jose Marti Airport Review | K McElroy

Havana Airport is small functional (but can be very slow) and little else. Arrivals (luggage delays aside) is ok, getting out is a different story. At first it seems that check in etc is quite quick, then you pay your 25cuc airport tax and then move to immigration. This can take hours, staff disappear at […]

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Havana Jose Marti Airport Review | J Smith

There are cash machines at foreign exchange desks at arrivals and departures. They accept Visa cards but not Mastercard. You will be charged a 11 percent commission plus your own bank’s handling charges but it may save you queuing for 1 plus hours. I was also conned by the lady at the foreign exchange desk, […]

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Cuba Airport | Services

Cuba Airport Whichever Cuba airport you are arriving or departing from you will probably require some services. Below is a list of services available in Cuba Airport terminals   VIP Arrival service   Available in: Jose Marti airport Havana, Frank Pais Airport Holguin, Juan Gualberto Gomez Varardero   The airport VIP service entails being met […]

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Jose Marti Airport | Havana Cuba

Jose Marti Airport Jose Marti airport (IATA – HAV) located in the Boyeros district on the outskirts of Havana is Cuba´s largest airport. Currently three terminals exist at Jose Marti Airport, terminal 3 being the most modern being constructed ina joint venture with a Canadian company. Jose Marti Airport known by older Cubans as its […]

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