Why travel by plane from New York to Havana?
A limited number of flights are available on a daily basis, to transport travelers from New York to the Cuban city of Havana. Aside from traveling by boat, flying between the two cities is the only way to travel: with a non-stop flight time of 3h 50m, it's also the fastest transport option from New York to Havana! Fly with jetBlue, Delta Air Lines or United Airlines, with flights departing from either John F. Kennedy International Airport or Newark Liberty International Airport. Flights will arrive in Havana's José Martí International Airport, from which a number of transportation options allow visitors to reach the city center. These include taxis, chartered shuttle buses, rental cars and public buses.
What is there for visitors to see and do in Havana?
Cuba is known for its limited internet access – giving visitors more time to get out and explore the many attractions in its capital city of Havana! The historic area of Old Havana is one of the most popular sites, filled with Spanish colonial architecture and landmarks such as Havana Cathedral. Learn about the Cuban Revolution at the Museum of the Revolution, and visit the many revolutionary sites around the city – including the José Martí Memorial.