Travellers wishing to fly between Guyana and Cuba now have the option of a weekly service from Caribbean Airlines (CAL).
The first flight between Guyana’s Cheddi Jagan International Airport and the Jose Marti International Airport in Havana, Cuba took place on November 21.
CAL said flights will operate every Saturday.
“As per Civil Aviation regulations, each flight into/out of Havana, will transit via Trinidad, however, passengers will not disembark the aircraft,” the airline noted in a statement.
All passengers travelling to Cuba must do the following:
All passengers are required to fill out a Health Declaration form before checking in for their flight to Cuba. It is recommended that you bring a printed copy of this form once completed.
Pay a US$30 Health Tax that will cover expenses associated with a mandatory PCR test, which will be done on arrival.
Quarantine (either self-isolation or in a Government facility) for seven days.
Wear a face mask in public spaces.
Passengers heading to Guyana must:
Do a PCR test within seven days of travel. If the test was done within 72 hours of travel, travellers will not be required to do another test upon arrival. If the test was done within 4-7 days of travel, passengers will be retested upon arrival in Guyana at a cost of US$85.
Complete the Passenger Locator Form at least 24 hours before travel.
Present their travel documents and negative PCR test result to the airline representative at the time of checking in and at boarding and upon arrival in Guyana.
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