Full List of the North American Airlines that will fly to Cuba, their frequency and airport of destination.

There’s been a lot of speculation about this issue. Little is known. Or much. Whatever, the direct flights to Cuba by means of the traditional North American airlines would begin this summer, therefore ending with years of charter flights, price speculation, baggage delivered to their owners 24, 48 and even 72 hours late. That’s a fact.

The permission granted to airlines such as American Airlines, Delta, Southwest and other to be able to fly to Cuba has been the answer to many complaints issued by the Cuban community, to which the North American community adds now after having been forbidden to visit Cuba for more than 50 years.

This is the full list and it is based on the suggestions that the airlines themselves have delivered to the Department of Transportation and that are still pending their final approval.

American Airlines

Miami -> Havana: 10 flights per day

Charlotte -> Havana: 1 flight per day

Dallas/Fort Worth -> Havana: 1 flight per day

Los Angeles -> Havana : 1 flight per week

Chicago -> Havana: 1 flight per week

Miami -> Santa Clara: 2 flights per day

Miami -> Holguin: 2 flights per day

Miami -> Varadero: 2 flights per day

Miami -> Camagüey: 1 flight per day

Miami -> Cienfuegos: 1 flight per day

Delta

Miami -> Havana: 2 flights per day

Atlanta -> Havana: 1 flight per day

New York JFK -> Havana: 1 flight per day

Orlando -> Havana: 1 flight per day

JetBlue

New York JFK -> Havana: 2 flights per day

Fort Lauderdale -> Havana: 4 flights per day

Fort Lauderdale -> Camagüey: 1 flight per day

Fort Lauderdale -> Holguin: 1 flight per day

Fort Lauderdale -> Santa Clara: 1 flight per day

Orlando -> Havana: 2 flights per day

Tampa -> Havana: 2 flights per day

Newark -> Havana: 1 flight per day

Boston -> Havana: 1 flight per day

Southwest

Fort Lauderdale -> Havana: 6 flights per day

Tampa -> Havana: 2 flights per day

Orlando -> Havana: 1 flight per day

Fort Lauderdale -> Varadero: 2 flights per day

Fort Lauderdale -> Santa Clara: 1 flight per day

United

Newark -> Havana: 1 flight per day plus an extra flight on Saturdays

Houston -> Havana: 1 flight per week

Washington Dulles -> Havana: 1 flight per week

Chicago O’Hare -> Havana: 1 flight per week

Alaska Airlines

Los Angeles -> Havana: 2 flights per day

This article first appeared on Cibercuba in Spanish. The article published on our site makes reference to a possible price reduction in the tickets to Cuba – in comparison with the prices of the charter flights – as soon as these North American airlines begin to operate commercially towards Cuba.

One hundred fifty dollars? One hundred thirty? One hundred? We will need to wait a bit longer to know this crucial detail.

This is the big question that still “floats on air”.