When flying from Boston to Cuba, the time of day you decide to fly out makes little to no difference towards the overall price you’ll pay on tickets.
In 2015, the United States government eased travel restrictions to Cuba, letting American citizens visit the island nation without restrictions for the first time in decades. New restrictions went into effect in early 2017, but you can still visit Cuba without prior permission or special licenses if you travel with an authorized U.S. based tour operator. The new rules also obligate you to engage in meaningful interactions with people in Cuba, to keep it legal. So consult your tour operator for a detailed lowdown, and dine, drink and dance with the locals at the restaurants, bars, and salsa clubs. Cubans are a friendly people happy to welcome you to their country.
At the moment, there are no direct flights from the Boston area to Cuba. For one-stop flights, gate-to-gate flight times run from about six hours to more than 20 hours, depending on the airline and the particular stop.
United, American, jetBlue and Delta all fly from the Boston Logan International Airport area to José Martí International Airport (HAV) in Havana with one stop and with gate-to-gate flight times under 10 hours. United and Delta also fly from Manchester-Boston Regional Airport to HAV in eight hours or less with one stop, while jetBlue and American fly to Santa Clara Airport (SNU) in less than seven hours with one stop.
With about 100 one-stop flights between Boston and Cuba, you can depart almost any hour you want between about 5 a.m. and 10 p.m., depending on which airport you're flying to. However, many of these are lengthy flights. The 30 or so flights taking less than 10 hours all leave between about 5 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Cuba is served by Varadero Airport (VRA), San Ignacio De Velasco Airport (SNG), Jaime González Airport (CNG), Santa Clara Airport (SNU) and José Martí International Airport (HAV), also known as Havana Airport, which is where most flights arrive. Boston is served by Boston Logan International Airport (BOS) and Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT), which is located about 50 miles north of downtown Boston.
The cheapest route is from Boston Logan International Airport to José Martí International Airport. These flights typically involve one stop along the way. There are no direct flights from Boston to Cuba, at the moment. Many people have said that visiting Cuba is like going back in time. Vintage cars ease down streets lined with Spanish colonial architecture and there's a conspicuous absence of the modern technological trappings you see everywhere in Boston and other American cities. With the long-term trend leaning toward loosened travel restrictions to Cuba, things are changing in Cuba as increasing investment spurs growth in the island nation's tourist industry. So maybe now is the time to visit Cuba, before it changes forever. Ready to visit Cuba? Use Cheapflights to find the cheapest flight available from around the web, then check with a bona fide American tour operator to schedule a tour during your visit. A legitimate tour operator will provide you with all the documentation necessary to keep things copacetic and make your trip hassle-free and pleasant.
Boston Logan Intl (BOS), located 2.6 mi from the city center, is the airport you fly out of when you book flights from Boston to Cuba.
The most popular flight routes from Boston to Cuba are Boston Logan Intl - Havana Jose Marti Intl, Boston Logan Intl - Santa Clara and Boston Logan Intl - Varadero Juan Gualberto Gomez.
Boston Logan Intl Airport is BOS and Baracoa Airport is BCA. These codes are created by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) and airlines use them to identify the departing and arrival airports in the flight routes they service. While you’re still figuring out your travel plans, it’s not a bad idea to learn the names and codes of other airports around these areas: Cayo Las Brujas Airport (BWW), Bayamo C.M. de Cespedes Airport (BYM), Cayo Coco Airport (CCC), Cienfuegos Airport (CFG), Camagüey Ign Agramonte Intl Airport (CMW).
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