Cubana de Aviación resumes flights to Buenos Aires



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This Saturday (20), the first Cubana de Aviación flight from Havana landed in Buenos Aires. Operations had been suspended since last June, as a consequence of COVID-19 and government restrictions.

Cubana de Aviación will have a weekly frequency between Havana, Buenos Aires and Cayo Coco. Flights will be operated by Ilyushin Il-96-300, with a capacity for 262 passengers in two classes.

The airline will continue to be the only carrier to offer non-stop operations between Cuba and Argentina.

See also: LATAM resumes flights between Lima and Córdoba.

Image: Cubana

Schedule between Havana, Buenos Aires and Cayo Coco – Cubana

Flight times

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Flight From ETD To ETA
CU 360 Havana (HAV) 12:30 pm Buenos Aires (EZE) 10:30 pm
CU 361 Buenos Aires (EZE) 12:30 am Cayo Coco (CCC) 8:00 am
CU 361 Cayo Coco (CCC) 9:20 am Havana (HAV) 10:25 am


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Flight Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun
CU 360 X
CU 361 X

Clarification: Cubana’s first flight to Buenos Aires was on Saturday, November 20th. The following are scheduled every Sunday from Cuba, and on Mondays from Argentina.

See also: Copa Airlines resumes flights between Panama City and Córdoba.

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