The Juan Gualberto Gómez International Airport is ready to receive flights from Russia, José Antonio García Manso, director of this air terminal, the second most important in the country, told Radio 26.
García Manso affirmed that logistics is guaranteed, in full adherence to biosafety protocols, since Azur Air’s will be a 500-passenger flight, the largest received since the air terminal resumed its operations on October 24th, 2020. .
The charter company Azur Air will arrive on April 18th, at 6:30 am, with a flight that will link the international airports of Moscow-Domodedovo and Juan Gualberto Gómez, by the hand of the tour operator Anex Tours.
Royal Flight and Nordwind are the other two airlines from Russia included in the April flight schedule, as reported on the Varadero International Airport Facebook page.
Thanks to the reestablishment of this operation, visitors to the Eurasian nation will return to the main Cuban enclave of sun and beach, their preferred leisure destination in the Greater Antilles, from where they have been absent for more than a year, due to the COVID-19.
Russia is the guest of honor at the 40th edition of FITCuba, the most important professional event in the Cuban tourism industry, displaced from its May 2020 date as a result of the new coronavirus and its global impact on the travel industry.