Connections to the Dominican Republic and Haiti have been launched

Airport officials at the “Ignacio Agramonte” International Airport in central-east Cuba announced this week the schedule of flights to and from the terminal for the month of September. What’s new is that direct flights from the capital of Camagüey to the Dominican Republic and Haiti are resuming. Let us tell you the details.

According to this information, Aztec company Viva Aerobús will continue its flight connections to Mexico and Nicaragua this September. Merida to Nicaragua on Tuesday. Thursday to Cancun and Nicaragua. Can go to Cancun on Saturdays.

Similarly, flights to and from the US are maintained. Commercial airline American Airlines continues daily connections to Camaguey from Miami International. While charters have this regular schedule: 2 flights on Monday, 2 flights on Wednesday, arriving Miami-Camagüey, departing Camagüey-Fort Myers, returning from Fort Myers-Camagüey to Miami. 3 flights from Miami on Friday. 1 flight on Saturdays and another flight on Sunday.

Flight news from Gamage Airport in September

As we reported, this month, authorities at the Camagüey terminal announced that direct connections to the Dominican Republic and Haiti will resume, focusing above all on family tourism and shopping. Starting this month, Sunrise Airline’s operation to Port-au-Prince (Haiti) begins weekly on Tuesday afternoons.

Also, in September, SKYHIGH Airline operated with two (2) weekly frequencies to Santo Domingo, the capital of Quisquean, on Thursday and Sunday nights.

In addition, regional airline Fly All Ways will continue to operate in September, arriving weekly from Paramaribo on Mondays and departing from Paramaribo (Suriname).

Finally, officials announce that Cuba’s national airline will continue with local connections from Havana. Until now, Cubana de Aviación will continue to operate a weekly frequency on Saturday afternoons of the current month.

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