AUSTRIAN NOW FLIES TO HAVANA

| October 25, 2016

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Austrian Airlines is flying another long-distance tourist destination. Once a week, always on Tuesdays, the red-and-white-red flag carrier raises with a Boeing 767 to Havana in Cuba. "Since 2013, we have continuously expanded our long-haul tourist offer with flights to Colombo and Mauritius. From today on, Havana will be a Caribbean destination for the first time in six years, "says Austrian Chief Commercial Officer Andreas Otto. Recently, the domestic airline in the Caribbean launched Punta Cana in 2010.

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