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Now That It’s Official, How Much Are Flights From Baltimore To Cuba?

BY JST NEWS

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And this makes it twice in one week!

Just a few days after we announced JetBlue to begin direct flights between NYC and Havana, Cuba, Island Travel & Tours just released a statement indicating that chartered non-stop flights between Baltimore’s Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport and Havana will kick off on Sept. 30th.

SEE ALSO: JetBlue Just Made It Happen: NYC To Cuba, Non-Stop.

The company’s president Bill Hauf said:

These new flights will provide more options for travel and will provide the opportunity for more visits by American museums, art galleries, colleges, universities, research organizations and government officials who will now be able to travel to Cuba for as few as three days or as long as several weeks.

According to Baltimore Business Journal, Hauf explained that flights during the first week of service will cost $695. Afterwards, rate will increase to $775.

Facebook Island Travel & Tours Cuba 3Currently, the company already conducts six routes between Miami and Havana on a weekly basis. In July, it will begin an additional route between Orlando and Havana twice a week.

In addition, President Barack Obama’s administration also approved ferry services between Florida and Cuba. This is another followup action after the President’s recent move to thaw a longstanding tense relationship between the U.S. and Cuba.

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Based in Miami, Florida, Island Travel & Tours is a company offering full travel and tour services,  immigration and Cuban-passport processing. The company also arranges hotel and car rentals.

Source: Baltimore Business Journal. Additional reporting by Jetset Times. 

What do you think of the Baltimore-Havana direct flight service? Let us know in the comments.

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