The Jose Marti International Airport is the largest and busiest airport in Cuba
serving approximately 4 million passengers each year. It’s located in the town of
Boyeros, 15 km (9 miles) southwest of Havana (Cuba’s capital city). Havana Airport
is the hub for Cubana the Aviacion, Aerogaviota and AeroCaribbean, and it also handles
flights for more than 25 international airlines. It is named in memory of the Cuban
patriot and poet Jose Marti.
Jose Marti international airport has 4 terminals:
Terminal 1 Domestic Terminal: It used to be the international terminal, it’s
now used primarily for domestic flights and is located on the west side of runway
6. It’s mainly used by Cubana, Aerogaviota, and AeroCaribbean.
Terminal 2 Charters Terminal: It handles mainly scheduled Special Authority
charter flights to/from the United States (Miami, New York and Los Angeles). It’s
located on the north side of the airport in front of runway 24 threshold. This terminal
had been undergoing extensive renovations and expansion recently. It reopened on
December 24th, 2010.
Terminal 3 International Terminal Is the main international terminal and
also the largest and most modern. It was opened in 1988 by Fidel Castro and Canada's
Prime Minister Jean Chretien. It handles flights for more than 25 international
airlines, serving approximately 60 destinations in more than 30 countries
Terminal 4 Aerocaribbean Terminal: It’s mainly used by Cuban airlines AeroCaribbean
(domestic and regional flights) and Aerotaxi (domestic charters). There is a bus
service between the terminals.
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ARRIVALS and DEPARTURES
Juan Gualberto Gómez International Airport is located close to the Varadero beach resort and Matanzas city.
It’s the second largest and busiest airport in Cuba after the José Marti International Airport in Havana (the country’s capital). It's named after journalist and black rights activist Juan Gualberto Gómez (1854-1933). The airport handles both international and domestic flights and approximately 25% of Cuba’s air traffic.
Varadero airport has one terminal building where you can find snack bars, cafeteria, shops, duty free shops, kiosks, public and VIP lounges in the Departures Area. The terminal building is air-conditioned and non-smoking except in one designated area.
There are three jet bridges, but air stairs are also used for the remaining aircraft parking spaces on the apron by the terminal.
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