Marazul Tours, Inc.
1 Marine Plaza, Suite 302, North Bergen NJ 07047
1-800-223-5334 / 201-319-1054 / Fax: 201-319-8970 firstname.lastname@example.org
REGULAR COMERICIAL AIRLINE FLIGHTS TO CUBA
UPDATED STATUS AS OF March 15, 2017
Reservations can be made by contacting MARAZUL or directly on-line with the carriers.
Miami to Havana 4X DAILY MAR/APR
AA 17 MIA/HAV 7:15a-8:31a
AA 1447 MIA/HAV 9:28a-10:45a
AA 1345 MIA/HAV 1:21p-2:34p
AA 2699 MIA/HAV 3:19p-4:33p
Havana to Miami 4X DAILY MAR
AA 2678 HAV/MIA 9:30a-10:42a
AA 1334 HAV/MIA 11:45a-12:55p
AA 2482 HAV/MIA 3:30p-4:43p
AA 2696 HAV/MIA 5:30p-6:46p
AA 2678 HAV/MIA 8:45a-10:05a APR
AA 1334 HAV/MIA 1:05p-2:20p
AA 2482 HAV/MIA 5:25p-6:45p
AA 2696 HAV/MIA 8:50p-10:05p
CHARLOTTE to Havana DAILY MAR/APR
AA 801 CLT/HAV 8:50a-11:18a
AA 802 HAV/CLT 12:45p-3:10p
NYC (JFK) to Havana DAILY
B6 243 JFK/HAV 8:58a-1:05p MAR
B6 243 JFK/HAV 9:23a-1:05P APR
B6 242 HAV/JFK 2:35p-5:58p MAR/APR
FORT LAUDERDALE to Havana 2 DAILY
B6 1499 FLL/HAV 12:14p-1:45p MAR
B6 1499 FLL/HAV 1:49p-3:15p APR
B6 1500 HAV/FLL 4:45p-6:05p MAR/APR
B6 799 FLL/HAV 7:54a-9:15a MAR/APR
B6 800 HAV/FLL 10:45a-12:02p MAR/APR
ORLANDO to Havana DAILY
B6 503 MCO/HAV 8:26a-10:00a MAR
B6 503 MCO/HAV 10:45a-12:15p APR
B6 1004 HAV/MCO 1:45p-3:12p MAR/APR
DELTA AIR LINES
NYC (JFK) to Havana DAILY MAR/APR
DL 651 JFK/HAV 8:01a-11:55a
DL 620 HAV/JFK 12:55p-4:00p
ATLANTA to Havana DAILY MAR/APR
DL 639 ATL/HAV 11:15a-1:25p
DL 648 HAV/ATL 2:25p-4:29p
MIAMI to Havana DAILY MAR/APR
DL 625 MIA/HAV 8:59a-10:15a
DL 650 HAV/MIA 11:15a-12:20p
Newark to Havana DAILY MAR/APR
UA 1502 EWR/HAV 10:18a-1:53p
UA 1503 HAV/EWR 2:53-6:13p
Houston to Havana SATURDAY ONLY MAR
UA 1506 IAH/HAV 10:23a-1:53p
UA 1507 HAV/IAH 2:53p-4:43p
UA 1506 IAH/HAV 12:30p-4:00p APR
UA 1507 HAV/IAH 5:30p-7:15p
LOS ANGELES to Havana DAILY MAR/APR
AS 286 LAX/HAV 8:50a-4:55p
AS 287 HAV/LAX 5:55p-8:45p
SEATTLE to Havana DAILY MAR/APR
AS 286 SEA/HAV 5:00a-4:55p 1 stop (LAX)
AS 287 HAV/SEA 5:55p-2:30a 1 stop (LAX)
Flight originates in Seattle via B737-900
FRONTIER AIRLINES Connecting flights and fares available from DENVER TO MIAMI
FRONTIER ENDING SERVICE TO CUBA AS OF JUNE 4, 2017
Miami to Havana DAILY MAR/APR/MAY F9 14 MIA/HAV 8:45a-9:53a
Havana to Miami DAILY MAR/APR/MAY
F9 15 HAV/MIA 10:55a-12:03p
Fort Lauderdale to Havana 2X DAILY MAR/APR
WN 3922 FLL/HAV 11:55a-1:00p
WN 3920 FLL/HAV 4:00p-5:05p
Havana to Fort Lauderdale 2X DAILY MAR
WN 3921 HAV/FLL 8:30a-9:40a
WN 3923 HAV/FLL 2:00p-3:10p
WN 3921 HAV/FLL 9:15a-10:20a APR
WN 3923 HAV/FLL 2:30p-3:30p
Tampa to Havana 2X DAILY
WN 3952 TPA/HAV 6:15a-7:30a MAR
WN 3952 TPA/HAV 7:00a-8:15a APR
Havana to Tampa 2X DAILY MAR/APR
WN 3953 HAV/TPA 6:05p-7:25p
Fort Lauderdale to Havana 2X DAILY MAR/APR
Havana to Fort Lauderdale 2X DAILY MAR/APR
Commercial flights from Miami and Fort Lauderdale to other cities in Cuba
Miami to Matanzas / Varadero (Juan Gualberto Gómez Airport)
MIAMI / VARADERO via A319 / 144 seats MAR/APR
AA 2741 MIA/VRA 9:56a-11:15a Check-in at 7:01a
VARADERO / MIAMI via A319 / 144 seats
AA 2742 VRA/MIA 12:15p-1:22p Check-in at 9:15a
Miami to Santa Clara (Abel Santamaría Airport) 2 daily round-trip
MIAMI / SANTA CLARA via B737-800 / 160 seats
AA 2751 MIA/SNU 3:21p-4:30p Check-in at 12:06p MAR/APR
SANTA CLARA / MIAMI via B737-800 / 160 seats
AA 2750 SNU/MIA 6:00p-7:20p Check-in at 3:00p MAR/APR
Miami to Cienfuegos (Jaime González Airport) Daily
MIAMI / CIENGUEGOS via A319 / 144 seats MAR
AA 903 MIA/CFG 9:59a-11:24a Check-in at 7:00a
AA 903 MIA/CFG 10:00a-11:25a Check in at 7:00a APR
CIENFUEGOS / MIAMI via A319 / 144 seats
AA 1096 CFG/MIA 12:30p-1:44p Check-in at 9:30a
AA 4574 CFG/MIA 5:58p-7:11p Check -in at 2:58p
Miami to Holguin (Frank País Airport) Daily
MIAMI / HOLGUIN via B737-800 / 160 seats
AA 1041 MIA/HOG 10:26a-12:05p Check-in at 7:26a Mar/Apr
HOLGUIN / MIAMI via B737-800 / 160 seats
AA 1482 HOG/MIA 1:10p-2:47p Check-in at 10:10a Mar/Apr
Miami to Camaguey (Ignacio Agramonte Airport) Daily
MIAMI / CAMAGUEY via A319 / 144 seats Mar/Apr
AA 2745 MIA/CMW 2:40p-4:01p Check-in at 11:40a
CAMAGUEY / MIAMI via A319 / 144 seats
AA 1356 CMW/MIA 5:20p-6:49p Check-in at 2:20p
AA Baggage policy
Up to 5 pieces of luggage or boxes totally no more than 500 lbs /
$25 first bag checked / $40 second bag / $150 for third / $200 for fourth and fifth bag
Overweight and oversize charges apply for any bag exceeding 50 lbs and has linear dimensions more than 62 inches. Overweight limit per bag of 100 lbs and 126 linear inches.
First and second bags are free for passengers in first class, business, or with elite status.
IMPORTANT; from Nov 19-Jan 6, 2017, excess, oversize, and overweight luggage and boxes will not be accepted.
Fort Lauderdale to Santa Clara
FORT LAUDERDALE / SANTA CLARA MON / WED / FRI via A320 / 162 seats
B6 387 FLL/SNU 10:50a-12:02p Check-in at 7:50a
SANTA CLARA / FORT LAUDERDALE MON / WED / FRI via A320 / 162 seats
B6 388 SNU/FLL 1:15P-2:35p Check-in at 8am
Baggage policy: One bag free up to 50 lbs. Overweight charge for 50-70 lbs.
Up to 64 linear inches. Overweigh charge for 64-84 linear inches.
$25 first bag checked / $40 second bag. Waived if Elite Status or 1st class
JET BLUE with SILVER AIRWAYS
FORT LAUDERDALE / SANTA CLARA SAT via SAAB 340B / 34 seats
3M 100 FLL/SNU 12:20p-2:00p Check-in at 9:20a
FORT LAUDERDALE / SANTA CLARA MON / THU via SAAB 340B / 34 seats
3M 100 FLL/SNU 7:45a-9:26a Check-in at 4:45a
SANTA CLARA / FORT LAUDERDALE SAT via SAAB 340B / 34 seats
3M 101 SNU/FLL 3:00p-4:41p Check-in at 12noon
SANTA CLARA / FORT LAUDERDALE MON / THU via SAAB 340B / 34 seats
3M 101 SNU/FLL 10:16a-11:57a Check-in at 7:16am
Baggage policy: One free carry-on up to 40 lbs + 1 personal item.
$35 first bag checked / $50 second bag. Limit 50 lbs each.
SILVER AIRWAYS ENDING SERVICE TO CUBA AS OF APRIL 22, 2017
(via SAAB 340B – 34 seats)
Fort Lauderdale to Camaguey 5 x week – Mar/until Apr 22
FORT LAUDERDALE / CAMAGUEY TUE / THU / SAT via SAAB 340B / 34 seats
3M 104 FLL/CMW 1:00p-2:53p Check-in at 10:00a
CAMAGUEY / FORT LAUDERDALE TUE / THU / SAT via SAAB 340B / 34 seats
3M 105 CMW/FLL 3:35p-5:25p Check-in at 12:35p
Fort Lauderdale-Cienfuegos 2 x week – M, F Mar/ until Apr 22
FORT LAUDERDALE / CIENFUEGOS MONDAY via SAAB 340B / 34 seats
3M 106 FLL/CFG 11:25a-1:43p Check-in at 8:25a
CIENFUEGOS / FORT LAUDERDALE FRIDAY via SAAB 340B / 34 seats
3M 107 CFG/FLL 2:33p-4:53p Check-in at 10:33a
Fort Lauderdale to Holguin DAILY Mar/ until Apr 22
FORT LAUDERDALE / HOLGUIN DAILY via SAAB 340B / 34 seats
3M 108 FLL/HOG 8:50a-10:54a Check-in at 5:50a
HOLGUIN / FORT LAUDERDALE DAILY via SAAB 340B / 34 seats
3M 109 HOG/FLL 11:04a-1:10p Check-in at 8:04a
Fort Lauderdale to Santiago Sun, W, Th, Fri, Mar/ until Apr 22
FORT LAUDERDALE / SANTIAGO via SAAB 340B / 34 seats
3M 98 FLL/SCU 9:40a-11:58a Check-in at 6:40a
SANTIAGO / FORT LAUDERDALE via SAAB 340B / 34 seats
3M 99 SCU/FLL 1:10p-3:30p Check-in at 9:10a
SILVER AIRWAYS Baggage policy:
One free carry-on up to 40 lbs + 1 personal item. $35 first bag checked / $50 second bag. Limit 50 lbs each.
Fort Lauderdale to Varadero 2X DAILY via 737-700 / 143 seats Mar
WN 3914 FLL/VRA 11:00a-12:00p
WN 3916 FLL/VRA 2:55p-3:55p
Varadero to Fort Lauderdale 2X DAILY Mar
WN 3915 VRA/FLL 1:00p-2:05p
WN 3917 VRA/FLL 4:55p-6:00p
Fort Lauderdale-Santa Clara 1 daily round-trip PENDING
SUN COUNTRY AIRLINES
To other Cuban cities
Minneapolis –Santa Clara 1 x week -Su via B737 / 126-162 seats
Minneapolis – Matanzas/Varadero 1 x week – Sa via B737 / 126-162 seats
An agreement between the U.S. and Cuba was signed in February for the resumption – after more than 50 years – of regular airline flights to Cuba.
This agreement allows up to 110 regular daily round-trip flights in and out of Cuba. This includes 20 daily flights to Havana and 10 daily flights to other airports on the island.
Cuban Tourist Card-Visa which can be obtained through a US travel service provider:
Applicable for stays 30 days and less.
Can be renewed in Cuba for additional 30 days through a Cuban immigration office at an additional fee
Not applicable for anyone born in Cuba
COST (subject to change):
$55 per person for those making air and/or land arrangements through Marazul
$75 per person for those only getting visas through Marazul
Cost does not include FedEx charge ($25) for delivery
JetBlue $50 at the airport (JFK or Fort Lauderdale)
Delta $50 at the airport (JFK or Atlanta or Miami)
United $50 at the airport (EWR) plus $25 CTS service fee
American $50 at the airport plus $50 CTS service fee
$50 plus $35 CTS service fee plus $40 delivery fee if secured through CTS prior to departure
Alaska Does not provide visa.
Spirit Does not provide visa.
Southwest $50 at the airport plus service fee
Silver $75 at the airport
There are several special purpose Cuban visas or entry documents:
The following must be arranged and applied for via Marazul (HE-11 Permits and assistance with
Cuban passports) or the Cuban Embassy in Washington or through an educational or religious
institution or the appropriate Ministry in Cuba
HE-11 Permits For Cuban born travelers who left Cuba prior to 1971 and hold U.S. citizenship
Habilitated valid Cuban passport: For Cuban born travelers
Press Visas For working journalists and support personnel
Business Visas For business people exploring business possibilities or engaging in business
Academic Visas For those taking classes in Cuba or for academics conducting research
and need special access (archives, libraries, etc)
Religious Visas For those traveling on religious missions and/or members of the clergy officiating
at services in Cuba
MINSAP Visas For health professionals engaging in professional activities and services
MINREX Visas For guests of the Cuban Government
An association of U.S. Travelers to Cuba
RESPECT (Responsible and Ethical Cuba Travel) is a U.S. professional association uniting nonprofit entities, travel agents, tour operators and other travel service providers dedicated to practicing and promoting ethical and socially responsible travel to Cuba.
Members of the Association agree to uphold the following principles in organizing travel to Cuba:
1. We understand that the opportunity to visit Cuba is a step towards promoting mutual understanding and learning, through firsthand respectful exchanges, contributing to more informed, pro-active and responsible global citizenship on the part of all concerned.
2. We frame our Principles in the context of the internationally agreed-upon UN Sustainable Development Goals and respect for Cuba’s path to sustainable development, as determined by Cubans themselves.
3. “First do no harm” – the cornerstone of medical ethics worldwide – is fundamental to the principles that guide our organizations and those who travel to Cuba with us, respecting historical sites and natural areas and leaving them as we find them without disturbing their peace and sanctity .
4. We encourage our travelers – before they travel – to learn about Cuba and its history from a variety of sources, including Cuban sources.
5. We are committed to transparency in our relations with all Cuban entities and people, accurately and honestly representing ourselves and our intentions.
6. We affirm our commitment to respect all Cubans, without regard to skin color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, political persuasion, abilities or economic status.
7. We are committed to upholding non-exploitative relationships with Cuban entities and people, and respect for policies and laws enacted to prevent discrimination and exploitation of all kinds.
8. We promote healthy and respectful travel to Cuba and vehemently oppose “sex tourism” and associated businesses in any form, all of these prohibited by Cuban law.
9. We are committed to support Cuba’s efforts to confront climate change and protect the environment, actively contributing to conservation of energy and water resources, as well as protection of urban and rural landscapes, flora, fauna, beaches and marine life.
10. We will respect the authenticity of Cuban culture, its heritage, multiple roots and manifestations, as well as the cultural contributions of the Cuban people to world culture. We will consciously help to care for and maintain the country’s UNESCO-identified World Heritage Sites and other monuments and sites that constitute part of Cuba’s cultural patrimony.
11. We will abide by Cuban laws and regulations pertinent to our travel, including but not limited to immigration and customs regulations.
12. We are committed to protecting the health of our travelers and the Cuban people, by doing our part to keep infectious diseases and prohibited drugs from entering Cuba.
13. We encourage travelers to purchase products made in Cuba particularly from those who contribute to local development efforts, giving back to their communities.
14. We uphold the rights of travelers and their hosts in Cuba to be treated with respect and dignity, and commit ourselves to addressing issues of concern in this area through established mechanisms between the Association and its Cuban counterparts, in a spirit of constructive dialogue and joint reflection.
15. We believe all US citizens and residents have the right to travel to Cuba, and advocate lifting all US governmental travel restrictions to the island.
16. As an Association, we encourage our members’ efforts to support travel to Cuba by people of modest means, making the island a destination for the many, not just the few.
17. The Association supports Cuba’s contribution to the Caribbean as a zone of peace, and as a safe and peaceful destination for all travelers.