Turks and Caicos Islands based interCaribbean Airways on Thursday announced that the airline has launched an interline agreement with Cubana, the national airline of Cuba. The new agreement means that travelers in the Caribbean region can now seamlessly plan and book business or leisure travel which involves flights with both airlines.
interCaribbean Airways, which is touted to be the leading airline of the Western Caribbean, offers more flights in the region than any other airline. The airline which currently serves 17 cities in 9 countries in the Caribbean, aims to mak travel between Caribbean islands more convenient for travelers who want to see more than one island.
Even with this announcement, the airline plans to launch routes to several new cities before the end of the year.
Cubana, which is headquartered in Havana, is one of the oldest airlines in the world with continuous operations since 1929. A founding member of IATA, SITA, and other leading aviation organizations of the world, Cubana serves 27 cities throughout the Caribbean, the Americas and Europe.
In a press statement, Trevor Sadler, CEO of interCaribbean Airways said “interCaribbean Airways is pleased to establish this interline partnership with Cubana and look forward to creating new connections as both airlines expand their services in the region.”
interCaribbean Airways, with its hub at Providenciales Airport, will be celebrating its 25th anniversary in this year.