The agreement was signed at the Xanadu Mansion, in Varadero Beach, during a meeting attended by American Airlines executives such as Alfredo Gonzalez, managing director for the Caribbean; Ramon Jimenez, manager in Cuba; Domenico Matinata, senior sales manager for Florida and the Caribbean; and Marvin Alvarez, Caribbean sales manager.
The Havanatur officials present in the event were Ivonne Carballo, Havanatur Varadero general director; Erick Gomez, director of Air Operations; and Magdalena Muñoz, responsible for the airlines commercial area.
Jimenez expressed his company’s pride by its growth in the Caribbean island, recalled that a flight between Havana and Miami has recently been operating, and at the same time he announced, for the next year, the inauguration of a daily route that will link Miami and Santiago de Cuba, sixth AA´s destination in Cuba.
He also described the new agreement with Havanatur S.A. as a key step that will continue to strengthen the position of the American airline as a leader in Cuba.
AA operates 10 daily flights to Cuba from Miami to Havana, Camagüey, Holguin, Santa Clara and Varadero, and from Charlotte, North Carolina, to Havana.