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Cheapest flights to Cuba: what you need to know

15 October 2015
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Are you looking for the cheapest flights to Cuba? You are in the right place!

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Well, it’s finally time for you to visit Cuba! I hope you are finding all the information you need around the web if you are planning to visit it 🙂

And if you are not, it’s a pity! Cuba is amazing island and place to visit and now that the relationships between Washington and Havana are getting stronger, you are almost free to buy your ticked and explore one of the most fascinating place in the world!

I have a good news for you: YOU are in the right place! Here in Cuba2Day we have all the information you need to know if you are booking or planning a travel to Cuba.

As you know, it wasn’t easy for an American citizen to explore the island. You needed special permissions and match specific requirements. And even if you had that, you cannot flight directly to Cuba.

->READ: HOW TO FLY FROM USA TO CUBA

But now, thanks to the new laws it’s finally possible for you to take a flight to Cuba. That’s why I want to share with you some information about the cheapest flights to Cuba

Very soon several flight companies will start promoting direct and cheap flights but now only a few companies allow you to book it.

Cheapest flights to Cuba: a short list of websites

As of today I have found the following websites particularly useful and cheap when it comes to book a flight to Cuba. I have listed them in order of relevance, then is up to you to have different researches and find the best solution for you based on the place you are traveling from.

CheapAir.com

This was one of the first website available where it was possible to book a flight to Cuba from the USA. Here, you will find several destinations you can flight from the US to Cuba. Is it very user-friendly and you can start research in minutes. I’ve already talked about this website in a previous post.

Cubana

This is the national Cuban fight company.Here you can find flights from several destinations around the world but not from the US. Also, I suggest you to use this website if you are looking for national flights. For example if you need to move in Cuba from a city to another.

CubaJet

Here you’ll find different destinations available where to start your travel but not from the US. You can pick your location and the search engine will start looking for the best options available.

SkyScanner.ca 

Of course you already know this website. What you probably don’t know is that you can also book a flight as an American. In order to do that you need to use the Canadian version of the website (.ca). To switch from the US version to the CA version, you just need to change the country in the website settings.

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Just click on the flag you see on the top of the page and change it from US to Canada. Now, you’ll be able to display the flight to Cuba even if you are from the US.

Of course there are many other websites where you can look for the cheapest flights to Cuba, especially if you are traveling not from the US. For example you can check the traditional search engines such as SkyScanner, Opodo or Expedia

The websites I have listed above are more specific for a travel to Cuba and the first one is perfect if you are from the United States.

This is a very hot moment for the tourism in Cuba and there’s a huge increase of requests. It has been calculated that by 2016 the tourism boost will be +40% and most of the people will come from USA.

One of the major issues today is the accommodation. In order to host that huge request, many hospitality companies are building new hotels. Today, especially in the high season, isn’t easy to find a place to stay.

Here on Cuba2Day, I have listed some apartments you can rent in Havana. You can find it HERE.

Or you can start booking your flight HERE

Hope this post about the cheapest flight to Cuba helped you in your research!

Also, fill free to ask me whatever you need about your travel to Cuba. You can drop me a message in the comments below, or you can reach me out in “contact”.



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