Monday, August 3, 2020
Havana.- Authorities from Cuba and Russia are evaluating the options to resume regular flights by Aeroflot, starting in mid-September.
According to diplomatic sources, Aeroflot and aviation authorities from Russia and Cuba have negotiated the opening of regular flights to Havana, and technically everything is ready.
In addition, the Russian company has scheduled the restart of regular flights to three Eurasian and African countries in early August.
Since March 27, Russia suspended air links with other countries and maintained only repatriation, health and cargo flights, including some flights to Cuba for those purposes.
Cuba has its international airports ready and operational to receive tourism exclusively and for activities common to the sector.