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LATAM Airlines returns to Cuba with direct flights to Peru

LATAM Airlines returns to Cuba with direct flights to Peru

Aero Ships magazine said that LATAM Airlines will resume direct flights to Jose Marti International Airport in Havana, the capital of Cuba, from Lima, the capital of Peru, starting next October 29, with four flights per week. airline.

according to this In the report, Latin America continues to restore routes and will focus on connecting Lima to Havana from the fall. The famous company, based in Santiago de Chile, plans to connect to the Cuban capital starting from October 29 from Lima through the four frequencies mentioned above per week.

They added that the line will be carried by Airbus A319 or A320 aircraft, according to demand, which will translate into carrying more than a thousand passengers per week. According to the published itinerary, flights will depart from Lima on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays starting at 09:15 local time. Meanwhile, from Havana they were to take off at 5:25 pm local time to land in Lima, Peru for the night.

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If LATAM finally regains that direct connection to Cuba from Peru, as it plans, by the end of 2023, it will already have five routes to Central America and the Caribbean, since in addition to the island, it has flights to San Jose de Costa Rica, Aruba, Cancun, Mexico and Punta Cana. , dominican republic.

Currently, there are no direct flights between Cuba and Peru. The incorporation of LATAM in October is one of the best news for the community of Cubans residing in the Andean country. If you want to travel between the two countries before October, you will have to take connecting flights, either with Copa Airlines or Argentina Airlines. There is also a Colombian Wingo.

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LATAM will operate this flight from Havana from the center of Lima Airport, given its position as a call center to various points in South America such as Chile or Uruguay, where a large number of Cubans also reside.