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Flights to Cuba: Neos connects Cayo Largo del Sur and Italy

On November 19, Italian carrier Neos resumed its flights between Milan (MXP) and Cayo Largo del Sur (CYO) with a stopover in Havana (HAV) after almost three years. With this new operation, the leisure airline will offer up to four destinations in Cuba.

Flight NO 601 landed at Vilo Acuña Airport (CYO) with ninety-two passengers coming from José Martí International Airport (HAV), then took off from Cayo Largo del Sur (CYO) at 20:30 local time and landed at Milan-Malpensa Airport (MXP) at 11:00 the following day, after eight hours and 30 minutes.

Flight itinerary

Between November 19 and December 10, services to Cayo Largo del Sur (CYO) will have a stopover in Havana (HAV).

Milan/Malpensa – Havana Flight NO 601 MXP 10:00 – HAV 15:00 Saturday.
Havana – Cayo Largo del Sur Flight NO 601 HAV 17:00 – CYO 17:40 Saturday.
Cayo Largo del Sur – Milan/Malpensa Flight NO 601 CYO 19:10 – MXP 10:45+1 Saturday.

From December 24 flights will have stopover in Varadero (VRA).

Milan/Malpensa – Varadero Flight NO 601 MXP 12:00 – VRA 17:00 Saturday.
Varadero – Cayo Largo del Sur Flight NO 601 VRA 18:55 – CYO 19:35 Saturday.
Cayo Largo del Sur – Milan/Malpensa Flight NO 601 CYO 21:05 – MXP 12:40+1 Saturday.

The flights will be operated on Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft with a capacity of 359 seats in two classes (28 Premium Economy/331 Economy) and the service will be available throughout the year. The Italian leisure airline’s last operation at Vilo Acuña Airport (CYO) was on March 22, 2022.

Neos is the European airline offering the widest range of destinations in Cuba by serving Havana (HAV), Holguin (HOG), Varadero (VRA) and Cayo Largo del Sur (CYO) and the only airline operator offering scheduled flights to Vilo Acuña Airport (CYO). With the beginning of the peak tourist season, about forty-five foreign airlines are already operating in Cuba with both scheduled and charter services, offering more than 450 weekly flights.

Neos Schedule in Cuba

(Obtained through Cirium, subject to change).

From November 19 to December 10

Rome/Fiumicino (FCO) – Havana (HAV): one weekly flight with stopover in Cancun, Mexico (CUN).
Milan/Malpensa (MXP) – Havana (HAV): two weekly flights.
Milan/Malpensa (MXP) – Holguin (HOG): one flight a week.
Milan/Malpensa (MXP) – Cayo Largo del Sur (CYO): one weekly flight with stopover in Havana (HAV).

As of January 15, 2023

Rome/Fiumicino (FCO) – Havana (HAV): one weekly flight with stopover in Cancun, Mexico (CUN).
Milan/Malpensa (MXP) – Varadero (VRA): one flight weekly.
Milan/Malpensa (MXP) – Havana (HAV): one flight weekly.
Milan/Malpensa (MXP) – Holguin (HOG): one flight per week with stopover in Havana (HAV).
Milan/Malpensa (MXP) – Cayo Largo del Sur (CYO): one weekly flight with stopover in Varadero (VRA).

 

This article was originally published by Rainer Nieves Dolande on Aviacionline in syndication with AirlineGeeks

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