The Tourism Section of the Consulate General of Cuba announces that the José Marti International Airport in Havana (HAV) will resume operations on November 15.
Indeed, the Institute of Civil Aeronautics of Cuba confirms that it has been decided that HAV will resume its commercial, regular and charter air operations at midnight on November 15.
It is specified that the Health Control Protocol aimed at the resumption of aeronautical activities will be implemented at HAV, in the same way that it is already applied in other Cuban airports.
“The protocol provides, among other measures, for carrying out the PCR test in the various international terminals for all travellers arriving on the national territory,” recalls the Tourism Section of the Consulate General of Cuba.
It is also mentioned that, in accordance with the provisions of the public health authorities, as of November 15, a health tax will be invoiced in order to cover the costs of the protocols implemented.
"Cuba reaffirms its decision to guarantee the health and life of its nationals as well as of foreigners who visit us, by positioning itself as a safe destination, whose results in terms of the fight against the pandemic are recognized at the international level", concludes the Tourism section of the Consulate General of Cuba.