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Havana Airport Guide to Jose Marti International Havana Airport - HAV

Havana Airport Terminal 3

Havana Airport Terminal 3 shares its international status with Terminal 2 and it is, in fact, the only one accomplishing international standards.

It was opened in 1998, immediately becoming the main international terminal of Havana Airport. Located on the north side of the runway, it is the most modern and largest terminal in Havana Airport. It was inaugurated by Fidel Castro and Canada’s Prime Minister, Jean Chretien.

Terminal 3 is a two-level building, hosting international flights within North, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Africa, Asia, and Europe. 

Transport between terminals

Transfer between terminals is done by frequent shuttle buses.


Havana Airport Terminal 3 is split into the following levels:

- Ground level: Find on the ground floor the Arrivals Hall and the baggage claim area. Ground transportation options are located outside the terminal building (bus, taxi, and car rental desks). Services available: Restaurants, cafés, toilets, information desks, foreign exchange, post office, travel agency, pharmacy, VIP lounge.

- First level: The Departures Hall and the check-in are located on this level. Services available: Restaurants, cafés, toilets, information desks, VIP lounge.


Find available the following services in Havana Airport Terminal 3:

- Disabled access
- ATMs
- Smoking allowed areas
- Public phones
- Medical facilities
- Wheelchair rental service
- Children’s play area
- Lost & found
- Baggage claim
- Baggage wrapping 
- Left luggage
- Currency exchange (CADECA)
- Information Booth
- Toilets
- Luggage trolleys
- VIP rooms
- Pharmacy
- Duty-free shops
- Restaurants
- Post office
- Travel agency

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Havana Airport Terminal 3 counts with the following lounges at their passengers’ disposal:

- VIP Service Lounge: Location: Terminal 3, Airside.

Rates: US$ 29 (Arriving passengers), US$ 34 (Departing passengers).