|Nine Weekly Flights from Argentina for Next High Tourist Season in Cuba
2012.09.22 - 12:52:26 / email@example.com
With nine weekly flights in the 2012-2013 high tourist season, Cubana Airlines highlights the importance of the Argentinean tourist market for the Caribbean island.
Ramon Perez, business manager of the company, made the announcement on Friday in Buenos Aires, where he specified that eight of these flights will leave from the international airport of Ezeiza and the rest from Cordoba or Rosario.
Executives work to achieve that four of these links can be regular and connect this capital with destinations currently demanded by the Argentinean market: Havana, Varadero, the northern cays of the archipelago, and the eastern city of Holguin, the Prensa Latina news agency reported.
Perez’ statements, made during a meeting with local tour operators, ratified that it will be a great operation, with the purpose of achieving around 2,500 travelers a week for the end of this year and the early 2013.
Luis Felipe Aguilera, director of Cuba’s Tourism Office for the Southern Cone, announced that this week Argentina had already sent over 78,000 visitors to the island, thus consolidating itself as the third country sending the largest amount of tourists to Cuba.