Starting April 10, 2023, Delta Airlines will resume its service to Cuba. The company announced a return of non-stop flights to Havana, with two daily flights from Miami International Airport (MIA).
Customers flying through Miami will soon have access to 203 weekly non-stop flights to 10 U.S. airports.
Delta To Resume Service to Cuba
After a 55-year absence, Delta returned to the Cuban market in 2016, but service was halted in March 2020 due to COVID-19. As stated on the financial results call for the September quarter of 2022, Delta remains committed to completing the restoration of its network by the summer of next year in response to the ongoing strong demand.
Delta inherited passenger service to Havana, Cuba, as a result of its merger with Chicago and Southern Air Lines (C&S) on May 1, 1953, and offered non-stop flights from New Orleans. Delta ceased operations in Cuba on December 6, 1961.
Delta is one of eight carriers authorised by the Department of Transportation to serve Havana. Delta became the first U.S. airline to open a City Ticket Office in downtown Havana in early November to support local ticket sales for Cubans travelling to the United States. Delta will offer nearly 3,000 weekly seats between the United States and Cuba.
Delta’s Havana two daily flights Service Operation
An Airbus A320 will operate the flights, and passengers can choose seating options including First Class, Delta Comfort+, and Main Cabin.
On flights from Miami to Havana, Delta Studio, which offers more than 1,000 hours of on-demand in-flight entertainment and exclusive partner-curated content from Peloton and Spotify, is accessible to all passengers. In addition, iMessage, WhatsApp, and Facebook Messenger provide free mobile messaging, and high-speed Wi-Fi access is optional.
About Delta Airlines
The mission of Delta Airlines is to help people find opportunities and gain a better understanding of our planet and its inhabitants. It’s one of the major airlines in the United States and a legacy carrier. Delta’s headquarters are located in Atlanta, Georgia, making it one of the world’s oldest airlines.
Delta has nine hubs, with Atlanta having the most passengers and departures. It ranks second among the world’s largest airlines in terms of fleet size, revenue passenger kilometres flown, and the number of scheduled passengers transported.