The José Martí International Airport in Havana is resuming operations as of November 15th, as announced by the Prime Minister of Cuba, Manuel Marrero.
Since last October 15, all other international airports of Cuba have received commercial flights, while only humanitarian and cargo flights have been carried out from Havana.
The Minister of Transportation, Eduardo Rodríguez, ratified that the facilities guarantee compliance with all hygienic-sanitary measures to avoid contagion with Covid-19.
Likewise, all people who arrive in the country receive a free diagnostic test for the disease (PCR), which provides security for the traveler.
Cuba established a protocol for sanitary control in aeronautical activity based on the indications of the Government and the Ministry of Public Health, which included the recommendations of the working group of the International Civil Aviation Organization and the World Health Organization.