interCaribbean Airways adds second Cuban link

Passengers board the first flight with interCaribbean Airways from Havana to Providenciales on 6 May

Passengers board the first flight with interCaribbean Airways from Havana to Providenciales on 6 May. The inbound flight arrived the previous evening. No other carrier connects the two airports.

  • interCaribbean Airways now connects Providenciales (PLS) in the Turks & Caicos Islands with Havana (HAV) the capital of Cuba. The first flight was operated on 3 May and was the airline’s first route to the Cuban capital. Service on the 1,051-kilometre sector to Cuba operates every Tuesday and Thursday, while return flights take place on Wednesdays and Fridays. No other carrier serves the route which is flown by the carrier’s EMB 120 fleet. Scheduled flight time in the turboprop aircraft is just under three hours. interCaribbean already serves Santiago in Cuba with thrice-weekly flights from Providenciales.

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