InterCaribbean Airways Routes

InterCaribbean Airways Begins Havana Service on May 3, 2016

Connection flights from Antigua, Kingston and Montego Bay, Jamaica, Santo Domingo, Punta Cana and Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, Port au Prince, Haiti, San Juan Puerto Rico, Grand Turk and South Caicos, Turks & Caicos Islands are available.
Two interCaribbean Airways airplanes
interCaribbean Airways begins Havana service on May 3, 2016

InterCaribbean Airways

Commencing on May 3, 2016 interCaribbean Airways launches new nonstop services to Havana's Jose MartíInternational Airport (HAV), from Providenciales (PLS), Turks & Caicos Islands.   

With this new nonstop service to Havana from Providenciales, as well as connections from numerous cities in the Caribbean, interCaribbean makes the journey to Cuba, the fastest of any airline within the region.  

Twice weekly service to Havana will be as follows: 

Providenciales (PLS) to Havana (HAV) Cuba 

Flight No


Effective Date   






May 1, 2016

Tue, Thu



Havana (HAV) Cuba to Providenciales (PLS)

JY 311


May 1, 2016

Wed, Fri



Connection flights from Antigua, Kingston and Montego Bay, Jamaica, Santo Domingo, Punta Cana and Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic, Port au Prince, Haiti, San Juan Puerto Rico, Grand Turk and South Caicos, Turks & Caicos Islands are available.

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With the demand for services to Cuba, interCaribbean Airways®  provides timed 45 minute connections to Cuba, from centrally located Turks & Caicos.  With the USA easing entry to Cuba, we look forward to welcoming aboard those who wish to enjoy two destination trips, and increase trade and travel between our Caribbean Countries. Cuba is a beautiful country with so much to offer a visitor and one visit will not be enough.  "With People to People visits from the United States, and new categories of travel for USAcitizens, interCaribbean is well placed to facilitate entry to Santiago, and now to Havana, as we serve two of the most important cities of the country," said Lyndon R. Gardiner, Chairman of interCaribbean Airways.

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