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Havana Jose Marti Airport Review | Edward Keene

Flying with Air France to Paris and on to Birmingham, economy class. There was unusually no queue for check-in at Havana, and my Air france Frequent Flyer card was processed. The CUC25 departure tax is payable in cash at this stage at a separate counter. Passport control was the usual thorough process, enlivened somewhat by […]


Havana Jose Marti Airport Review | Andre Perez

Three terminals at Havana airport keep travellers well separated into categories. Terminal 3 is for foreign tourism. It is modern, clean and fairly efficient. The reviews in this page are referred to this terminal. Terminal 2 is for Cuban exiles visiting the island. It is small, generally overcrowded, not particularly clean (specially the restrooms) and […]


Havana Jose Marti Airport Review | Stefan Delage

Seems that leaving Cuba is harder than getting’ in! When you land immigration doesn’t ask anything, but when you leave they want to see all your bags etc. As I’ve got an old Brazilian passport they even searched it carefully and asked if I were really Brazilian and not Cuban?! Check in agents are slow […]


Havana Jose Marti Airport Review | John Stone

Long queues at Immigration checking the Visa forms but baggage was waiting. The UK Departure lounge is a big shed with short direct access to aircraft. Had booked in online to Virgin Atlantic flight from our Cuba hotel so very little wait at the Bag-Drop desk. Plenty seating Clean Toilets Good duty free & snacks […]


Havana Jose Marti Airport Review | Kim Hughes

The Havana airport is modern and new (before it was called Boyeros) and probably build by Canadian constructors with glass/steel etc. However, sometimes there are ‘apagones’, like elsewere in Havana, due to electricity problems. Well, it has its charm too! A good tax free shop, a VIP club, places to drink etc., not inconvenient, sympathetic […]