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Flying to Cuba from or through the U.S. for tourism is not allowed. There are 13 permitted reasons for travel:
If you aren't traveling for one of the 13 reasons, there are 2 other ways to enter Cuba:
If you don't qualify for one of the 13 permitted reasons, have an OFAC license or identify as a Cuban national returning home, you will not be permitted to travel to Cuba.
Everyone entering Cuba must have a visa and health insurance with coverage in the area. For insurance, a $25 fee is added to your ticket price.
Special visa requirements apply to Cuban-born travelers, regardless of citizenship.
You can buy a travel card online or at Miami (MIA) before departure.
Few U.S.-issued cards are accepted in Cuba and service isn't guaranteed. Contact your bank before traveling.
Online check-in for flights to Cuba is unavailable. You must check in at the airport to provide reason for travel – allow up to 3 hours to complete the process. If you're flying from Miami (MIA), look for the 'Cuba Ready' booth by Checkpoints 1 and 2 to check your documents and get your boarding pass stamp.
Changes to bag limitations for checked bags have been updated as of December 1, 2021. Bag fees may apply for checked bags and can only be paid in cash.
Up to 3 checked bags with a maximum weight of 70 lbs / 32 kg each plus 1 carry-on bag and 1 personal item are allowed per passenger traveling to / from Cuba with no exceptions.
Starting January 4, 2022, up to 2 checked bags with a maximum weight of 70 lbs / 32 kg each plus 1 carry-on bag and 1 personal item are allowed per passenger traveling to / from Cuba with no exceptions.
When you get to the gate at your connecting airport, look for the 'Cuba Ready' booth to check your documents and get your boarding pass stamp.