Moon Author's Review
Aerogaviota flies rickety ATR-42-500 twin turbo-prop aircraft between Cuba and Jamaica that tend to bounce a bit on landing, but are likely to get you there, nonetheless.
Flights depart Mondays and Fridays between Havana and Kingston, leaving Terminal 3 at José Marti International Aiport (HAV) in Havana at 10:40am, stopping for a one-hour layover in Santiago (STG), before departing at 1:10pm for Kington (KIN) after the plane is cleaned and other passengers board. On the return leg, Flights depart KIN for STG at 2:10pm; the ongoing leg from STG-HAV departs at 4:50pm arriving HAV at 6:40pm on Mondays and Fridays. KIN-STG is USD 331 one-way, USD 478 RT; STG-KIN is USD 518 one-way, USD 670 RT. KIN-HAV is USD 518 one-way, USD 670 RT; HAV-KIN is USD 518 one-way, USD 670 RT.
Gaviota also flies between HAV and Montego Bay's Sangster International Airport (MBJ) on Wednesdays, departing HAV Terminal 3 at 10:40am (USD 406 one-way, USD 670 RT), with an hour layover in Holguin (HOG) . Flights for HOG/HAV depart the international terminal at MBJ at 1:40pm each Wedneday (USD 370 one-way to HAV, USD 670 RT). HOG-MBJ is USD 360 one-way, USD 485 RT.
Quoted rates exclude the USD 25 tourist visa required to enter Cuba, purchased in office or at the airport upon check-in, and departure tax of USD 35 from NMIA or MBJ. Gaviota tickets include departure tax from Cuba. Health insurance is also required at a cost of USD 5 per day for adults under 70, USD 7 per day over 70, though officials only verify the mandatory insurance coverage sporadically upon entry in Cuba.
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