Cuba: Air France Premium Economy Starting at €686 from Italy

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SkyTeam member, Air France has put a very low price tag on premium economy tickets from a few Italian cities to Havana, Cuba. You can find tickets as low as €686. The good news is that flights are possible without overnight layovers. The bad news is that it limits the availability and the flight departs in the morning.

Here is the list of origin cities:

The links above will get you to KLM’s best price calendar. Alternatively, you can use our availability calendar below where we filtered out flights with overnight layovers. It shows trips of up to 28 days long. After you selected your dates, it will forward you to either Air France’s or KLM’s site.

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All flights between Italy and France are economy class flights operated by either Airbus A320 family or the brand new Airbus A220. From Paris, you will board an Air France A350 which has a 2-4-2 premium economy configuration. There are other itinerary options involving Copa Airlines.

Search & Book

You need to be quick, as the fare expires on November 22, 2022. The fare rules include a 6 days or a Sunday minimum stay and a 3 months maximum stay. The travel period lasts from January to June. The availability isn’t bad, although not the best either.

The best two ways to look for flights is to either use our availability calendar above or click on the links which will guide you to KLM’s availability calendar. Our availability calendar can also redirect you to Air France’s website. Google Flights can also help you with filters.


Air France issues the longer flights in booking class A and the connectors in booking class Y. A flight from Rome to Havana gives you roughly the following mileage:

  • 11,624 Miles on Aeromexico Club Premier
  • 11,618 Miles on MEA Cedar Miles
  • 11,618 Miles on GOL Aéreos Smiles
  • 11,124 Miles on CSA OK Plus
  • 10,656 Miles on Aerolíneas Argentinas AerolíneasPlus
  • 10,656 Miles on Saudia Alfursan
  • 10,656 Miles on Vietnam Airlines Lotusmiles
  • 10,656 Miles on Korean Air Skypass
  • 10,656 Miles on Garuda Indonesia GarudaMiles
  • 10,656 Miles on Air Europa Suma
  • 10,656 Award Miles on Etihad Guest
  • 10,224 Award Miles + 120 Tier Points on Virgin Atlantic Flying Club
  • 5,844 Points on Malaysia Airlines Enrich
  • 2,292 Award Miles + 50 XP on Flying Blue
  • 1,290 RDM + 206 MQD on Delta SkyMiles
Data provided by Without guarantee on correctness.

Since this deal features different origins, you can put our mileage calculator to good use:


Hotel prices in Havana usually start at roughly €30, depending on the hotel category. Whichever category and hotel you opt for, make sure to get the best price! Unfortunately, many of our partners can’t legally show properties in Cuba due to US sanction. However, you can still use Expedia!

Information & Tips for Havana

Havana is the largest city and capital of Cuba with around 2 million inhabitants and a variety of touristic activities and attractions. Havana is also a good starting point to explore the rest of the country.

The city is connected by air to the Americas (mainly USA and Canada but also Central and South America) and partly also to the European continent. Cheap flights to Havana and to Cuba in general are often available thanks to the large number of charter airlines serving the country. It is also possible to get great deals on scheduled airlines (Iberia, Air France, Air Europe, etc…) for under €500 to Cuba. In addition, there are often good deals in business class.

The Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Havana is in the dry season between December and May. Little rain and warm temperatures provide good touristic conditions and are a welcome change from the otherwise rather humid temperatures in the Caribbean.

Climate diagram for Havana (Source: WMO World Weather Information Service)

From the Airport to the City Center

A taxi costs about €22-25. Airport transfers can also be arranged in advance, these also cost around €25. Alternatively you can take the bus for just €0.03, although this option is much more adventurous.

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Information & Tips for Cuba

Cuba has developed its very own charm throughout the decades of embargoes and socialism and stands out clearly from the other islands in the Caribbean. In addition to the many fantastic beaches, cigars, rum, salsa and American vintage cars attract numerous tourists to Cuba every year despite the difficult political situation. Nevertheless, the island is still not nearly as touristically developed as many other islands in the Caribbean.

Best Time to Visit

Although Cuba has warm temperatures between 25 – 30°C all year round, the dry winter months between November and April are particularly popular. During this time the humidity is clearly lower than in the high summer during the rainy season.

For travel between June and October, one should be aware of the risk of hurricanes. The last hurricane to hit Cuba was “Irma” in September 2017.

Immigration and Visa Requirements

To enter Cuba, most EU citizens needs a passport valid for at least six months and a visa in the form of a tourist card (A1 visa) for up to 30 days. These must be obtained from the Cuban embassy in Berlin before entering the country. At least one person must appear there in person, but can also obtain the visa for other companions. This costs 22€ for the person appearing in person and 25€ for all other companions. It is much easier to purchase the tourist card directly from your airline: (all data without guarantee)

  • Condor: 25€, in Frankfurt/Main at the ticket counter or transit area
  • Eurowings: 25€, in Cologne/Bonn at the check-in desk / in Munich at the ticket counter & check-in desk
  • Air Canada: Will be handed out free of charge on board before landing. In addition, however, an electronic travel permit (eTA) is required for the transfer in Canada!

Additionally you have to show valid health insurance coverage in Cuba, e.g. a travel health insurance. If possible, the policy should be in Spanish. German or English policies are also recognized nowadays. Otherwise you have to take out a Cuban insurance at the airport for 2 – 3 CUC per day.

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Cover Picture: Ditmar Lange

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