Right at 1:30 pm on Thursday April 7, Interjet’s inaugural flight from Havana, Cuba touched ground at Merida’s international airport. This flight becomes the seventh international route operating directly from Merida to points abroad.
Interjet managers said that the flights will operate on Thursday and Sunday with arrival time at 1:05 p.m., with a return flight to Havana departing at 3:15 pm.
Interjet’s Havana-Merida service will be offered at an introductory roundtrip fare of 2,999 pesos (USD$ 176.00).
This new flight has an estimated duration of approximately 60 minutes, depending on weather conditions.
The flight will connect Merida’s “Manuel Crescencio Rejon” international airport with the “José Martí” international airport of Havana, with an approximate distance of 785 kilometers.
The other six international flights that are currently operating from Merida are the routes to Toronto, Canada; Milan, Italy; Miami, Florida, Houston and Dallas, Texas, and to Belize.
The Interjet plane that carried the inaugural Merida-Havana passengers is a Superjet 100 with capacity for 93 passengers.
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