HAVANA, May 31 Last May 29, the Spanish airline Wamos Air resumed its flight season to Guatemala City with the novelty of making a stop at the Juan Gualberto Gómez International Airport, located in Varadero.
The Madrid-Varadero-Guatemala City route, and vice versa, will run until the end of October with a weekly frequency, on Tuesdays.
Executives of the airline have announced that a Boeing 747-400 with a capacity for 529 passengers will be used for the flights, that the prices will be very competitive.
Juan Velázquez (head of the operations unit at the Varadero airport), told Prensa Latina that on the first flight, on May 29, of all the passengers of the aircraft, 376 travelers stayed in Cuba and the The rest continued to travel to Guatemala.
Wamos Air, which will turn 15 next June, is strengthening its presence in Latin America with seven aircraft, of the 11 that make up its fleet.