August is one of the best times of the year to fly to Cuba from Toronto. Prices for August average C$ 517 per person but you can even find prices for as low as C$ 313. The most expensive prices can be found in the month of December. Opting for a August flight can save you 44% on your journey compared to booking in August
Find a great deal and save up to 8% by booking at least 52 days prior to your desired departure date, rather than waiting until the week of travel. According to our data, there are a number of flights available from Toronto to Cuba within the next two weeks, with the cheapest ticket starting at C$ 549.
When flying from Toronto to Cuba, the time of day you decide to fly out makes little to no difference towards the overall price you’ll pay on tickets.
Some of the carriers operating flights from Toronto to Cuba that may be offering flexible cancellation policies are Air Canada, Sunwing Airlines, and Air Transat. Our site will let you filter for all airlines offering greater flexibility due to COVID-19.
Direct flights can be found on the following days: Saturday.
1 flight departure from Toronto to Cuba per day on average.
Afternoon (Noon - 6pm) - 100% of flight departures
While some choose either Toronto Island - Varadero Juan Gualberto Gomez or Toronto Hamilton - Santa Clara, Toronto Pearson Intl - Havana Jose Marti Intl is the most popular route from Toronto to Cuba.
Looking at all options, your cheapest flight can be booked for C$ 227. While the most popular route (Toronto Pearson Intl - Havana Jose Marti Intl) can be booked for C$ 370 on average our data indicates C$ 313 when flying from Toronto to Cuba.
Consider Interjet, American Airlines or Air Canada when booking your flight. These represent the most popular airlines when flying from Toronto to Cuba.
If you want to fly from Toronto to Cuba you’ll fly from Pearson International Airport in Toronto to Havana, Cuba. There are flights on Aeromexico and many on United. The airport in Havana is called Jose Martí International Airport. It’s located nine miles southwest of Havana in Cuba. It’s the main airport for flights coming from all over the world into Cuba. It serves millions of passengers every year.
You won’t find direct flights from Toronto to Cuba. Flights will have either one or two stops. Most flights will take you more than one day of travel to get into Cuba. The stopovers range in length of time but you will be able to find some that are just a few hours.
If you fly on Aeromexico out of Pearson, you’ll stop in Mexico City. This stopover can be as long as almost 21 hours. It may also be as short as 3 hours. You can try to pick the flight option that makes the most sense for your needs.You can also choose to fly with United. They offer more flight options to choose from to go to Havana in Cuba. United has stopovers in Houston and Newark sometimes. You’ll also see a stop in Chicago at O’Hare some of the time. Stopovers on United vary a lot. There are some that are only a little over an hour. Others are closer to seven hours. You can make it to Havana in one day, but some of the flights will take two.
Yes you do need a passport for your flight from Toronto to Cuba. You will also need a tourist visa for this trip. It’s also called a tourist card. You can usually get your tourist card from the airline you are traveling on. You may not perform anything business-related while under the use of a tourist card.
Information is based on travel restrictions from Toronto to Cuba
Most visitors from Toronto need to provide a negative COVID-19 test result and/or quarantine to enter Cuba.
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Toronto must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) test taken 72 hours before departing to Cuba.
Visitors from Toronto are not required to quarantine after entering Cuba.
Health Declaration Form - All travelers must complete an online form a maximum of 72 hours before their arrival. Paper forms are no longer available.
After travelers complete the form, they will be given a QR code that can be scanned on arrival.
Health Insurance - Travelers are required to have valid health insurance with COVID-19 coverage. If this is not possible, then they have to buy Cuban medical insurance coverage at the airport upon arrival or online before travel. This may be included with some airline tickets, so travelers should check with their airlines.
Health Pass for Tourist Activities - Travelers are required to present proof of complete vaccination to make reservations for tourist services.
Returning to Toronto from Cuba
COVID-19 testing requirements
Visitors from Cuba must present a negative RT-PCR (NAAT) test taken 72 hours before departing to Toronto.
Visitors from Cuba are not required to quarantine after entering Toronto.
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