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Tick Cuba off the bucket list this year with direct flights with Air Canada

July 1, 2013 Aviation No Comments Email Email

If Cuba is on your destination bucket list, make this year your year to visit the Caribbean island nation.  There is nowhere like Cuba on earth – home of the salsa, cigars, famous colourful buildings and fabulous cars from the fifties. 

You can get all this, sensational Cuban food, white sand Caribbean beaches, late night haunts and affordable five star hotels with prices starting from around $100 a night.

image004North America’s best airline Air Canada makes travel to Cuba easy for Australians with flights via Toronto direct to the Cuban capital so there is no need to take a circuitous route via the US and then onto a second country before reaching Havana.

While Cuban summer is hot and steamy, October and November are absolutely perfect to holiday in Havana when the average daily temperature drops to around 27 degrees.

Travel in comfort with stylish interiors as well as a touch-screen TV with up to 600 hours of digital entertainment available on-demand including latest Hollywood movies, avant-garde and classic films and plenty of music and game options.

Passengers in Executive First will also enjoy the cocooned privacy of Air Canada’s lie-flat suites, the ability to choose when they prefer to dine and a bar area when they can help themselves to a wide range of snacks and drinks.

Flights depart Sydney daily:

AC34    TIME    Sydney-Toronto

ACXX    TIME    Toronto-Havana

Economy fares ex Sydney from $3536 including taxes.

Fares are also available from Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Adelaide and Perth.  Visit the Air Canada website www.aircanada.com or talk to your travel agent.

Air Canada flies daily from Sydney to Vancouver and onto more than 175 destinations on five continents.  It is Canada’s largest domestic and international airline.  Canada’s flag carrier is the 15th largest commercial airline in the world and in 2011 served more than 33 million customers. Air Canada provides scheduled passenger service directly to 59 Canadian cities, 56 destinations in the United States and 63 cities in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia, the Caribbean, Mexico and South America. Air Canada is a founding member of Star Alliance, the world’s most comprehensive air transportation network serving 1,356 destinations in 193 countries. Air Canada customers can collect Aeroplan miles for future rewards through Canada’s leading loyalty program, and Top Tier members enjoy reciprocal frequent flyer benefits including lounge and priority services.

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