It’s Now Easier to Book Flights to Cuba with CheapAir

Apr 15, 2015

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Per USA Today, you can now book non-stop flights from several US cities to Havana, Cuba on CheapAir. They became the first online travel agency to offer nonstop for passengers to book from the US to Cuba.

I decided to test out CheapAir, to see what flight offerings were available and was pleasantly surprised to see non-stop flights from New York (JFK); Miami, FL; and Tampa, FL to Havana, Cuba were available.

Here are some sample flights that I was able to find:

Miami-Havana round-trip for $492 on CheapAir

Fly from Miami-Havana on a Sun Country charter flight.
Fly from Miami-Havana on a Sun Country charter flight.

Tampa-Havana round-trip for $418 on CheapAir

Fly from Tampa-Havana on a Sun Country charter flight.
Fly from Tampa-Havana on a Sun Country charter flight.

New York (JFK)-Havana round-trip for $938 on CheapAir

Fly from New York-Havana on a Sun Country charter flight.
Fly from New York-Havana on a Sun Country charter flight.

I recently went to Cuba with TPG International Correspondent, and one of my best friends, Lori Zaino, where we had an incredible weekend in Havana, and I would highly recommend for anyone thinking of going to Cuba to go for it! I’ll be headed back to Cuba later this month, so look for more reporting and updates.

I would expect many more online travel agencies to follow in the footsteps of CheapAir in the coming weeks, as travel to Cuba becomes even easier.

For more details about Cuba Travel, check out these posts:
What To Do and See in Havana, Cuba
Hotel Review: Hotel Occidental Miramar in Havana, Cuba
Where and How to Book Hotels in Havana, Cuba
How to Get to Cuba (and Back): Flight and Award Options
Travel Tips For Cuba: What You Need To Know
Who Can Go To Cuba?

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