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Havana Airport Informational Guide to Jose Marti International Airport - HAV - Non Official

Havana Airport Terminals

Jose Marti International Airport or Havana Airport is the main international gateway to Cuba.

It connects Cuba with North, Central and South America, the Caribbean, Africa, Asia and Europe.

Havana Airport has four passenger terminals: Terminal 1, Terminal 2, Terminal 3 and Terminal 5.

Terminal 1 is the only terminal which is connected to the main terminal, while the other terminals (Terminal 2, Terminal 3 and Terminal 5) are located on the south side of the runway.

Transfer between terminals

Transfer between terminals by frequent shuttle buses.

Terminal 1

Havana Airport Terminal 1 is the Domestic Terminal. It hosts domestic and regional flights. It is home of Cubana de Aviación, AeroCaribbean and Aerogaviota airlines.

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Terminal 2

Havana Airport Terminal 2 serves international flights along with Terminal 3.

Hosts charter flights to the US (Fort Lauderdale, New York, Tampa, Miami), Caribbean flights and some long-distance international services.

It is exclusively used for Cuban citizens with US visa or US residents with special permission.

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Terminal 3

Havana Airport Terminal 3 is the main international terminal.

Along with Terminal 2 hosts international flights and is the single terminal which accomplishes the international standards.

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Terminal 5

Havana Airport Terminal 5 is an exclusive terminal for the Cuban carriers Aerocaribbean and Aerotaxi, hosting domestic, regional and charter flights from and to Havana. 

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