More flights to Cuba since April
It has already been confirmed that LATAM Airlines will increase the number of flights to Cuba starting next April. The news is completely contrary to what Aerolíneas Argentinas decided.
The latter announced the official cancellation of its flights to the island, and its managers justified that their company had incurred significant losses due to flights between Cuba and Argentina.
The fact is that LATAM intends to expand its flights to Cuba and connect the island to several destinations in South America and the Caribbean. The new frequency includes a flight on Saturdays that will join the arrivals the airline already has to Havana on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. In all cases, flights will arrive from Lima International Airport in Peru.
LATAM returned in October
The well-known airline LATAM resumed its flights between Peru and Cuba on October 29, after three years of suspension due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The flight between Lima and Havana is carried out by Airbus A319 and A320 aircraft with a capacity of 138 passengers.
This path is a complete advantage for LATAM customers and those who decide to try its options for the first time. Through it, Cuba's communication with other countries in the region is facilitated.
LATAM is the largest Chilean-Brazilian airline in Latin America and operates flights on several continents. In the case of flights between Lima and Havana, they last about five hours.
Departure from Lima is scheduled at 9:15 AM local time, and arrival in Havana at 2:15 PM local time. Meanwhile, return flights depart from José Martí International Airport at 4:15 pm Cuba time. Scheduled to arrive in Lima, Peru, at approximately 9:40 p.m.