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New direct flight to link Cuba with Russia
Published on October 25, 2013 Email To Friend    Print Version

VARADERO, Cuba (ACN) -- The arrival on Friday of over 360 passengers to the Juan Gualberto Gomez International Airport in Varadero will inaugurate direct flights by the Pegas Turistik tour operator from Russia to this Cuban tourist resort, just as the high season is about to begin.

Some 30 travel agents will also arrive in the Boeing 777 aircraft of Orenair Airlines, as part of a group of specialists interested in knowing more about the Cuban tourist product, in order to promote its commercialization in Russia.

Velio Barrera, commercial director of the Cubanacan agency, announced that the new flight will operate every two weeks.

Another flight, by Transaero Airlines, also allows for the transit of passengers between Varadero and Moscow, through the Juan Gualberto Gomez airport, twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays.
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