Matanzas, Cuba, Jul 1 (Prensa Latina) Canadian tourists will once again enjoy Varadero, Cuba’s main seaside resort, when on July 3, Air Canada resumes flights to that famous sun and beach pole, an aeronautical source confirmed today.
The airline incorporated weekly routes from Toronto starting next Saturday and starting in Montreal the next day, both to the Juan Gualberto Gómez airport in the province of Matanzas, said Yandy Moreno, operations coordinator of that facility.
“After several months without receiving vacationers from the northern nation, the largest market in the town of Varaderense, it is important from the economic point of view for the country to restart operations,” Moreno told Prensa Latina.
The hikers are subject to the health controls established to avoid contagion of Covid-19, and the biosecurity measures provided for in the protocols without losing fluidity and agility in the care of travelers, the specialist added.
The Juan Gualberto Gómez, located between this western homonymous head city of the demarcation and the spa city, is the second largest aerodrome on the island in terms of the volume of passengers and income after José Martí from the capital.
With the incorporation of Air Cánada, there will be six companies that fly to the aforementioned airport: the Russian Aeroflot, Azur Air, NordWind and Royal Flight, and the Anglo-German agency TUI UK, with holidaymakers from the United Kingdom.
Varadero is located on the Hicacos peninsula, on the north coast of the Matanzas territory, and 140 kilometers east of Havana, with a beach considered among the best in the world, according to international surveys.