The cancellation of flights between Miami and Havana is due to health emergencies derived from the increase in cases of the Omicron variant in the United States.
During the following weeks, numerous flights between Miami and Havana will be rescheduled. These are operations that at the time were managed by the AeroCuba charter agency with the Swift Air airline.
The impact covers not only the trips planned for the last days of December but also for the first weeks of January 2022.
As it became known, these operations had to be canceled and rescheduled due to the advance of Ómicron infections in the United States.
AeroCuba has explained that Swift Air had to rearrange its scheduled flight schedule for December 30, 2021, and January 1, 2, 6 and 7, 2022. This, due to the high number of employees at Miami International Airport infected with Omicron.
The measure seeks to reduce the risk of contagion among the remaining crews of the Boeing 737-400 with which it operates, and of course, not to expose the travelers who board those flights.
What to do about flight cancellations between Miami and Havana?
AeroCuba for its part suggests that passengers who have already booked tickets on the aforementioned flights to contact the airline directly. Or, to the ticket marketing agencies, and keep abreast of last minute readjustments.
However, the travel agencies involved have been urged to notify and guide travelers affected by this circumstance as soon as possible.
Not a few customers have shown dissatisfaction with the measure, as they have seen their flights canceled one after another.
The cancellations of flights between Miami and Havana add to the wave of air suspensions that the world has experienced in recent weeks.
For more details, clients can refer to the agency’s headquarters located at 5735 NW 7th St., Miami, FL 33126. They can also contact the staff through the number + 1-305-250-2376 or by email [email protected]