All flights in November!

The authorities at Abel Santamaria International Airport in Santa Clara, central Cuba, announced the schedule of flights to and from the aforementioned air station for the month of November. Many contacts are maintained from Canada, the United States, Panama, etc. We let you know below.

From Canada, Air Transat will continue to fly these frequencies from several cities. There will be four weekly operations. Wednesday, two operations, one of which departed from Toronto and headed to Montreal. Saturdays with operation to Montreal. On Sundays, operation with origin and destination in Toronto.

SUNWING Airlines continues more flights from Canada, with 12 operations per week. Monday with two operations, one from Montreal and one from Toronto. Tuesday two operations with origin and destination in Toronto. Wednesday, three operations. Thursday, an operation departing from Toronto and heading to Montreal. Friday operation with origin and destination in Toronto. Saturdays, two operations, both to Toronto.

How do flights continue to Santa Clara from the US? American Airlines announced that it will operate two flights daily from Miami to this Cuban city. Meanwhile, Havanator charter flights continue to operate from Miami and Tampa, with 12 flights per week.

More flights from Santa Clara in November

As usual, Copa Airlines from Panama maintains flights to Santa Clara from Tocumen Airport. With two weekly operations in November, on Tuesdays and Thursdays of the month. Another Latin airline, Mexico’s Viva Aerobus, continues to call weekly flights on Wednesdays with origin and destination in Cancun, Mexico.

Finally, the novelty of Worl2Fly flights will continue at the beginning of Cuba’s high tourism season. The airline of the Spanish hotel company Iberostar continues its flights to Santa Clara. With a weekly flight every Tuesday with origin and destination in Prague, Czech Republic and Bratislava, Slovakia.

Myrtle Frost

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