HAVANA, April 1th The British airline Virgin Atlantic recently announced the launch of a new route that will link England with Cuba, from Gatwick airport to the Varadero tourist resort.
According to News Travel, since two years more than a third of Britons seem to be increasingly interested in travel to Cuba. Virgin Holidays CEO David Geer said: “We are delighted to make your holiday in Cuba even more enjoyable with a new direct route to the beautiful beaches of Varadero.”
We are delighted to make your holiday in Cuba even more enjoyable, with a new direct route to the beautiful beaches of Varadero.
He then pointed out that his company detected “a strong growth towards Cuba” because “the island is currently experiencing an increase in recognition as a” Hot “destination.
“We look forward to welcoming British travelers to enjoy the island’s beautiful hotels and unique cultural experiences.” The welcoming hotel, according to the advertising campaign launched on the company’s website, would be the new Iberostar Bella Hotel Vista.
The new route will transport approximately 28,000 additional Britons to Varadero each year. Breaking News Travel noted that “today, almost half of the British tourists who travel to Havana, have to make a long trip of two hours by land to Varadero.”
With information from Breaking News Travel, Virgin Holidays