New Direct Flights Miami–Manzanillo,Cuba

The central square of Manazanillo, Granma, Cuba
The central square of Manazanillo, Granma, Cuba

HAVANA TIMES – Direct flights between Miami and the eastern Cuban city of Manzanillo begin today for the first time, through the company Wilson International reported Café Fuerte.

The air link between the two cities will have a weekly flight, departing every Monday at 2 pm, and will also incorporate a weekly trip to Camaguey, starting April 16.

Wilson International is owned by businessman Daniel White, and also performs charter flights to Santiago de Cuba, on Fridays, and Havana, on Mondays through Fridays.

Other US charter companies currently fly direct to Havana, Cienfuegos, Camaguey, Holguin and Santiago de Cuba, and the CTS Company is expected to add in the near future a weekly direct flight to Santa Clara, noted Café Fuerte.

4 thoughts on “New Direct Flights Miami–Manzanillo,Cuba

  • Seems like a lot of US residents love to visit Cuba, I was reading an article in which they stated that Canadians, Europeans and Americans are the top ones who visit this region.

  • Hi Bruce – it has been about 10 years since we crossed paths. Your name is on Angelica’s birth certificate as guarantor. The new flights will certainly help Granma and the three resorts in Marea near Pilon.

    Michel is now 12 and wants to be a Dr. Of International Law – Angelica 10 wants to be a Dr. of Surgery. Both want careers in politics after their schooling. They are related to the late Celia Sanchez and the former Vice President of Cuba – Dr. Jose Machado Ventura who guided them in their future.

    When are you next off to Cuba ? Cuba is on the verge of having the best expanding economy in the Americas. Michel & Angelica – Right county – Right time – Right age.

    Bye for now. Gordon ” Cubaking ” Robinson

    Port Alberni B.C. Canada

    [email protected]

  • Yes, Gordon How are you? We met and shared a few glass Niquero.
    How is your son?

  • I have visited Granma Province over 50 times in the past 20 years – any questions about this area ?

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