Cubana de Aviación company reported that it will resume its operations between Buenos Aires and Havana, a route that had been suspended due to epidemiological conditions.
Last September, the Cuban airline had announced the cessation of flights to Argentina, a decision adopted as explained, due to the existing health situation, derived from the COVID-19 pandemic, and that the measures to restrict quotas of passengers.
Thus, the trips corresponding to the month of October and until November 15, 2021, on the Buenos Aires route, were suspended, since the gradual opening of the borders of Cuba was announced for that date.
Now the company will resume its operations from November 20 from Havana (CU360) and from November 22 from Buenos Aires (CU361).
With this return to the Buenos Aires-Havana route, weekly operations between the two countries will return, according to Cuban Prensa Latina agency,