From March 13, the airline Sky High will incorporate Cuba in itineraries that connect the Greater Antilles and the islands of the French Caribbean.
As announced by representatives of the company during the international fair Fitur 2023 – recently held in Madrid – Martinique and Havana will be linked, which will create an attractive option for travelers to access multidestination packages. Especially, travelers from France can combine their vacation in an overseas department with the discovery of the historical, natural and cultural attractions of Cuba.
Cesarina Beauchamp, commercial director of Sky High, highlighted the relevance of offers that could also cover the Dominican Republic, Central and South America.
Headquartered in Santo Domingo, Sky High flies to 21 destinations and operates more than 4,000 operations annually from the Caribbean, to destinations including St. Maarten, Aruba, Curacao, Antigua, St. Kitts, Bonaire, Anguilla, Tortola, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Martinique, Havana, Santiago de Cuba, Kingston, Holguin and St. Thomas, Caracas and Miami. ((https://www.buenviajeacuba.com)