Silver is the only airline now operating regularly scheduled flights to eight Cuba destinations with one more starting soon
Silver Airways today started regularly scheduled air service between Fort Lauderdale and Manzanillo, Cuba. Silver is the only U.S. airline scheduled to provide service to Manzanillo, a port city in eastern Cuba on the Gulf of Guacanayabo near the delta of the Cauto River.
Today also marks the launch of the airline’s eighth of nine Cuba destinations. Silver currently operates regularly scheduled flights from Fort Lauderdale to Santa Clara, Camagüey, Cienfuegos, Holguín, Santiago, Cayo Coco, and Varadero (Havana).
In addition, flights to Cayo Largo are scheduled to begin in early 2017. Silver’s flights to Cuba are currently available for sale at silverairways.com.
“Today marks another momentous occasion as we continue to expand our Cuba network and we are thrilled to be offering regularly scheduled air service between the U.S. and Manzanillo, Cuba,” said Silver Airways President and CEO Sami Teittinen. “We are happy to be offering travelers with a variety of convenient flight options to visit all of the destinations throughout Cuba beyond Havana.”
Silver Airways, which operates more routes within Florida, and between Florida and the Bahamas than any other airline, is now also selling flights on more routes between the U.S. and Cuba than any other airline, including all nine destinations beyond Havana.
Silver Air, Travel Industry Wire
December 19, 2016