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Central Cuba Travel Guide

Air Travel

Havana may be Cuba's main international hub, but in winter Canadian charter flights arrive almost daily in Cayo Coco, Ceinfuegos, Ciego de Ávila, and Camagüey. Those charters can be much cheaper than scheduled flights to Havana, especially if you wait for a last-minute deal. At this writing, there were also flights from Havana to Cienfuegos, Ciego de Ávila, Camagüey, and Cayo Coco.

Cienfuegos's international airport, Aeropuerto Jaime González, is 8 km (5 mi) northeast of town, just past Caonoa. Trinidad's tiny airport, 2 km (1 mi) south of town on the road to Casilda, is served only by domestic charters. Ciego de Ávila's international airport, Aeropuerto Máximo Gómez, is 24 km (13 mi) north of town, near Ceballos. Cayo Coco has a small international airport 12 km (7 mi) west of the hotels. Camagüey's international airport, Aeropuerto Ignacio Agramonte, is 9 km (5 mi) northeast of town on the road to Nuevitas. Taxis and car-rental representatives meet every flight.

Airport Information

Camagüey Terminal Inter-Provincial. Carretera Central y Calle Peru, Camagüey. 32/27–2601.

Camagüey Terminal Inter-Municipal. Av. Finlay, Camagüey. 32/28–1525.

Aeropuerto Jardines del Rey. Cayo Coco. 33/25–303.

Aeropuerto Ignacio Agramonte. Camagüey. 32/61–010.

Aeropuerto Jaime González. Cienfuegos. 432/552235.

Aeropuerto Máximo Gómez. Ciego de Ávila. 332/66626.

Aeropuerto Alberto Delgado. Trinidad, Sancti Spíritus. 419/96393.

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