Cuba Travel Services Announces New Flight Service from Miami to Holguin

havana-live-sun-countryCYPRESS, Calif April 22  (PRNewswire)  Cuba Travel Services, the leading authorized carrier service provider with offices in California and Florida, is now offering direct flights from Miami to Holguin ,starting June 5 . Cuba Travel Services arranges flights operated by American Airlines and Sun Country Airlines to popular destinations including Havana, Cienfuegos, Camaguey, Santa Clara and Santiago de Cuba. Cuba Travel Services believes that expanding its network will provide its clients with a high quality of service at a more competitive price. The new flights to Holguin will utilize next generation Boeing 737-800 aircraft, which include both first and coach class configuration. “Whether our licensed passengers are visiting family or participating in an authorized group program, we are committed to providing a travel experience that exceeds our clients’ expectations,” said Michael Zuccato, General Manager at Cuba Travel Services. havana-live-cuba-travel-service
“The new route to Holguin brings a new level of quality, convenience and value to our travelers.” About Cuba Travel Services: Cuba Travel Services Inc. arranges weekly, non-stop public charter flights between the United States and Cuba and is licensed by the U.S. Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) as an authorized Carrier Service Provider specializing in travel to Cuba. They offer full service travel arrangements to individuals, groups, families, educators, students, professionals and organizations, under Specific or General Licenses issued by the Office of Foreign Assets Control. For additional information, please visit or call 1-800-963-CUBA (2822). About the city of Holguin Holguin was Christopher Columbus entrance into the New World. He believed that it was “the most beautiful land eyes have ever seen.” The city has a history of more than five centuries and some of the most picturesque scenes in Cuba. It’s also known as the City of Parks. It was founded as San Isidoro de Holguin in 1545, and it is named after its founder Garcia de Holguin.