HAVANA, Jan. 28th JetSuite has expanded service to include flights to and from Havana (HAV), Cuba. Travelers to Cuba can now visit the formerly off-limits Caribbean destination on an ARGUS Platinum-rated charter provider.
Passengers may charter a six-passenger JetSuite Edition CJ3, or four-passenger Phenom 100, non-stop to Havana from any of the Cuba gateway airports listed below. JetSuite serves more than 2,000 U.S. airports but all flights to Havana must depart from one of these Cuba gateway airports.
“Our mission continues to revolve around making private air travel accessible to more people than ever before, and offering an unprecedented level of transparency,” explains JetSuite CEO Alex Wilcox. “We are thrilled to expand our service to Cuba, a destination I know our clients will be eager to explore.”
JetSuite prides itself in pricing transparency and always provides guaranteed quotes on JetSuite.com. Due to the restrictions surrounding US citizen travel to Cuba, pricing listed above is estimated at our June 2015 50K Member rate.
The United States Government limits travel to Cuba. JetSuite passengers traveling to and from Cuba are responsible for securing their own permissions and must declare that they are authorized to travel or send remittances to Cuba under the following general license as set forth in 31 CFR § 515.560:
- Family visit (§ 515.561);
- Official business of the U.S. government, foreign governments, and certain intergovernmental organizations (§ 515.562);
- Journalistic activity (§ 515.563);
- Professional research and professional meetings (§ 515.564);
- Educational activities (§ 515.565);
- Religious activities (§ 515.566);
- Public performances, clinics, workshops, athletic and other competitions, and exhibitions (§ 515.567);
- Support for the Cuban people (§ 515.574);
- Humanitarian projects (§ 515.575);
- Activities of private foundations or research or educational institutes (§ 515.576);
- Exportation, importation, or transmission of information or informational materials (§ 515.545)
- Certain export transactions that may be considered for authorization under existing Department of Commerce regulations and guidelines with respect to Cuba or engaged in by U.S.-owned or-controlled foreign firms (§ 515.533 and § 515.559).