Virgin Atlantic’s brief experiment with flights to Varadero has come to a juddering halt, with services set to end at the start of this September.
Virgin Atlantic have just come out with fares from London to Havana and Varadero at just under £400, the lowest fares in many a year.
At over 1000kms in length, anyone looking to traverse Cuba within a typical holiday window will probably need to take at least one internal flight.
Commencing 15th March this year, the Air Europa daily flight from Madrid to Havana will be operated by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
It’s something of a cliché to refer to KLM as the de facto national airline of the UK, but they do offer more regional connections than any other airline.
Although flying from the US to Cuba is moving towards normalisation, there is still quite some way to go before just anyone can hop on a plane.
A second, brief summary of the various options for flights to Cuba originating in the UK.
A brief summary of the various options for flights to Cuba originating in the UK - Part 1.
Commencing Sunday 2nd April 2017, Virgin Atlantic will commence weekly flights from London Gatwick to the Cuban beach resort of Varadero.
Although the US trade embargo with Cuba remains in place, severely limiting the ability of airlines to fly freely between the 2 countries, the phoney war is certainly beginning to hot-up when it comes to discussing US flights to Cuba.