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Destination information for Cuba

Things to know before you go. Useful info for your trip from New York to Cuba
Today's exchange rate
$1.00 = CUC 1.00
Flight duration
3h 34m

Airports servicing New York

La Guardia (LGA)
Newark Intl (EWR)
John F. Kennedy Intl (JFK)

Airports servicing

Baracoa (BCA)
Salina Las Brujas (BWW)
Bayamo C.M. de Cespedes (BYM)
Cayo Coco (CCC)
Cienfuegos (CFG)
Camagüey (CMW)

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Useful info, stats and facts about New York to Cuba flights.

Flight FAQs

From New York to Cuba

Thanks to relaxed travel restrictions, Cuba is open to more travelers than ever. A direct flight from New York City to Havana puts you in the center of the action. From there, you can visit the country's most exciting destinations, including the stunning beachfront town of Varadero and the historic streets of Old Havana.

How popular is this flight route?

Flights from New York to Cuba have been viewed 92 times in the past calendar month.

What are the most popular airlines that fly from New York to Cuba?

The most popular airlines flying from New York to Cuba are Interjet, American Airlines and Aeromexico. Something to consider prior to booking your flight.

What are the most popular routes from New York to Cuba?

The most popular route from New York to Cuba is New York John F Kennedy Intl - Havana Jose Marti Intl. You may also consider Newark - Havana Jose Marti Intl or New York LaGuardia - Havana Jose Marti Intl.

What are the cheapest Flights from New York to Cuba?

While on average a flight from New York to Cuba is generally $382, our data shows the cheapest flight currently is $150. When looking at the most popular route, (New York John F Kennedy Intl - Havana Jose Marti Intl), you can expect to pay $241 for that flight.

What days are nonstop flights available from New York to Cuba?

Days when nonstop flights are available for this flight are: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday.

How long is the flight from New York City to Cuba?

Traveling to Cuba from New York City is fast and easy. A direct flight into Havana takes just over three hours, and the total transit time tends to be less than four hours.

Which airlines operate flights from New York City to Cuba?

When flying nonstop from New York City to Havana, you can choose from two major domestic carriers: United Airlines and Delta Air Lines. JetBlue also makes the trip into Havana.

How frequent are flights between New York and Cuba?

From the New York area, there are three different daily direct flights to Cuba. Two depart from John F. Kennedy International Airport, and one leaves from Newark Liberty International Airport.

Which airports serve New York City to Cuba?

New York City is home to three major airports, but only two offer direct flights to Cuba: the John F. Kennedy International Airport and the Newark Liberty International Airport. Both facilities are connected to Manhattan, Brooklyn and the surrounding boroughs by bus, train and taxi, so you don't have to worry about parking. Upon arrival in Cuba, you'll land at the Havana Jose Marti International Airport. Once there, use a taxi or train to get into downtown Havana, or hop on a long-haul bus to reach other cities in Cuba.

Which direct flight route between New York City and Cuba is cheapest?

Depending on the day you travel, the flight from JFK to Havana is the cheapest way to fly directly from New York City to Cuba. Both United and Delta offer inexpensive fares on this route. Cuba is a fascinating country packed with modern ideals and vintage charm. If you're visiting Havana, step back in time by renting one of the 1950's-era cars that ply the streets. Then, head to busy Malecon for excellent people-watching and snacks from local food vendors. When you've had enough of city life, visit Bariay, where Christopher Columbus first landed in 1492. From there, take a trip to the UNESCO heritage site of Trinidad, or explore the tobacco plantations of the Vinales valley. For the ultimate relaxing vacation, lounge on the white sand at the picture-perfect Playa Los Flamencos or enjoy the privacy and clear blue water at Playa Pilar. Finding cheap flights to Cuba from New York is lighting-fast and hassle-free with Cheapflights. With our smart search engine, finding the lowest fare takes just a few clicks.