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José Martí International Airport

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José Martí Havana Airport
Rancho Boyeros, Havana, CUBA

Tel: +53 (0) 6 497063
Tel: +5376420100

Airport Codes
IATA code: HAV


Before Your Trip, Learn More About The Havana Airport

Havana Airport or José Martí International Airport (IATA: HAV) is also known as Rancho Boyeros Airport. It is named after the patriot and national poet José Martí, who, for many Cubans, is a national hero.

It is the main base of the Aerogaviota and Cubana airlines, serving international and domestic flights from that country. This airport is located in the municipality of Boyeros, in the capital Havana, Cuba.


The José Martí International Airport is operated by the Cuban company ECASA and is the main national and international gateway to Cuba. Every year it serves millions of passengers who travel to this country. It connects Havana with the rest of the Caribbean, South America, Central America, North America, Europe, and some destinations in Africa and Asia. All planes in Cuba belong to the military or state airlines; private Cubans cannot have planes.

In 1960, this airport was bombed by B-26 planes belonging to Brigade 2506, a group of Cuban exiles sponsored by the CIA, trying to overthrow Fidel Castro. State or foreign aircraft are the only ones that can use the José Martí International Airport facilities.


Havana Airport or José Martí International Airport is located 20 km (12 miles) southwest of downtown Havana, in Boyeros, Cuba.


• Public transport

Unfortunately, there is no public transportation at the Havana airport. Tourists are not allowed on local buses.

• Cab

You can take a taxi to get to the center of Havana quickly. The estimated travel time is 20 to 30 minutes.

• Car rental

You can rent a car upon arrival at the José Martí International Airport; it will be a good option if you want to know more places in Cuba.


The Havana airport has a single runway that has 70 thousand square meters. Medium and large aircraft such as Air airlines can land on this runway.


José Martí International Airport has three terminals. Terminal 1 is for domestic flights, Terminal 2 for American charter flights was inaugurated in 1988, and Terminal 3 is for international flights and was inaugurated on April 27, 1998.

Terminal 1 is the oldest and is located from T2 and T3. If you can to go to the terminal 3 to one of the other terminals, it is through a taxi, the journey is long, and it is not advisable to walk. Terminal 3 is the largest and most modern and has two floors, the ground floor is for Arrivals, and the top floor is for departures.


The main airlines that use this airport are:

• Aeroflot

• Aerogaviota

• Aeromexico

• Aeropostal

• Air Canada Rouge

• Air China

• Air Europe

• Air France

• Air Transat

• Alitalia

• American Airlines

• Bahamasair

• Blue Panorama Airlines

• Caribbean Airlines

• Cayman Airways

• Cayman Airways

• Condor

• Conviasa

• Copa Airlines

• Cuban aviation

• Delta Air Lines

• Delta Connection

• EasySky

• Havana Air

• Evelop Airlines

• Iberia

• JetBlue


• LATAM Peru

• Southwest Airlines

• Turkish Airlines

• Wingo


Among the main destinations from the Havana airport are: Moscow, Baracoa, Cayo Coco, Santiago de Cuba, Mexico City, Caracas, Toronto, Paris, Beijing, Madrid, Montréal, Rome, Miami, Nassau, Milan, Port of Spain, Frankfurt, Panama, Buenos Aires, Atlanta, Tegucigalpa, Zurich, Helsinki Airport, Lima, Amsterdam, Kingston, Santo Domingo, New York, Tampa, London, and Bogotá


The José Martí International Airport or Havana Airport in 2017 handled about 5,713,859 passengers.

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