With a flight from England, the Juan Gualberto Gómez International Airport in Varadero will take up again its commercial operations on October 25th, after seven months of inactivity imposed by the pandemic caused by Sars-Cov-2.
According to the official note released by the delegation of the Ministry of Tourism in the western province of Matanzas, at 3:40 p.m. the aircraft from the British country will touch Yumurino ground, an operation by the renowned tour operator TUI UK.
For months the second most important terminal in the country has been preparing to receive the momentous moment. «We are sure that travelers will perceive a safe environment,» José Antonio García Manso, general director of the aerodrome, told Radio 26.
The gateway to international tourism that chooses Varadero as a leisure destination, Juan Gualberto Gómez implemented a biosecurity protocol aimed at the total protection of travelers and workers.
In this sense, Liván Izquierdo Alonso, first secretary of the Provincial Committee of the Communist Party in Matanzas, assured that at the “airport there is no danger that puts health at risk. Everything is well thought out. »
The leader praised the construction and maintenance improvements that led to an optimal makeover at the terminal, «now much prettier than before», reforms, he specified, that support the implementation of hygienic-sanitary actions.