Good news: when you pay online you get better exchange rate
By paying online with your card you get a better exchange rate than paying in cash upon arrival in Cuba. The exchange rate when paying Online is:
What we include for the cost of your transfer:
1- Wait and welcome with your name in a signal to identify, on arrival at the airport.
2- 60 min. waiting in the airport and 15 min. waiting on the premises of a hotel or other specified place.
3- Client delivery in any area within the city.
4- Stops on the way of your trip, if it is more than 45 minutes.
5- Toll roads
6- Transshipment in case of car breakage.
About your suitcases:
- You must choose the type of transport according to the number of passengers and the suitcases with which you travel. If you choose a car type that does not fit the suitcases, you must pay for a larger car or 2 cars.
What should you do if you do not find the driver of your car?
- If your flight undergoes any change and you have difficulty finding the driver, you must call the emergency number, this phone is on your Voucher. To call you can use a public telephone or ask someone to lend your mobile phone, from a mobile phone, you can call at no cost (this is not possible from public telephones), by dialing: * 99 + emergency number , The cost of the call runs by us. If you do not call the emergency phone number and get into another taxi, you do not have the right to reimburse the payment previously made.
| Price CUC
1 CUC = 1.149 USD
|Havana Airport Booking Taxi: Boca Ciega - Havana Airport||40 Km
35.00 CUC Standard
45.00 CUC Minivan
35.00 CUC ClassicBooking
The José Martí International Airport ( code: IATA: HAV, code ICAO: MUHA) is located in the municipality of Boyeros, La Habana, Cuba, operated by the Cuban Company of Airports and Aeronautical Services S.A. (ECASA), better known as the Rancho Boyeros Airport.
The Rancho Boyeros airport is located 18 kilometers from Havana and is named José Martí to honor the Cuban patriot and poet. It is Cuba's main international and domestic airport, serving a large number of passengers each year, mainly from Canada, Italy, UK, Spain, Germany and France.
There are 5 terminals in use at the airport. Terminal 1 serves Cubana de Aviación domestic flights. Terminal 2 serves charter flights from Miami and Charters Corsair Airlines from France. Terminal 3 is the main and most modern terminal, serves most of the traffic and was built with Canadian assistance. Terminal 5 serves Aerocaribbean and some other charter lines. Aerovaradero is the cargo terminal, used mainly by Cargosur (Grupo Iberia) and Cubana Cargo.