Silver Airways’ Cuba Flights Now Open for Bookings

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Following last week’s U.S. approval of commercial flights to Cuba, Silver Airways has announced that its new Cuba flights are now on sale. The inaugural flight will depart Fort Lauderdale, Florida (FLL), for Santa Clara, Cuba (SNU), September 1.

Following are details of Silver Airways’ Cuba flights currently available for sale:

Fort Lauderdale – Santa Clara starting September 1, 2016 (three weekly flights; daily starting October 13)
Fort Lauderdale – Camagüey starting October 13, 2016 (five weekly flights)
Fort Lauderdale – Cienfuegos starting October 21, 2016 (two weekly flights)
Fort Lauderdale – Holguín starting October 27, 2016 (daily)
Fort Lauderdale – Santiago starting November 3, 2016 (daily)
Fort Lauderdale – Cayo Coco starting November 17, 2016 (three weekly flights)
Fort Lauderdale – Varadero starting December 2, 2016 (four weekly flights)
Fort Lauderdale – Cayo Largo starting December 10, 2016 (one weekly flight)
Fort Lauderdale – Manzanillo starting December 16, 2016 (three weekly flights)

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In celebration of this momentous occasion, Silver Airways is offering a 33 percent discount off all base fares between Fort Lauderdale and Cuba available at silverairways.com through 11:59 pm ET on June 30. To receive this discount, qualified travelers simply need to enter promo code “SILVER2CUBA” when making their reservation at silverairways.com.

Posted schedules and fares are subject to final Cuban government approval. 

Visit www.silverairways.com

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