American Airlines reveals its new restrictions for the transport of passengers departing from Cuba

The Cuban Airport and Airport Services Company (ECASA) reported this February 3 through its official channels new information from the northern company American Airlines regarding travelers from Cuba who have tickets with them and the documentation they must process and obtain before boarding the plane and accessing United States territory.

The North American airline has again specified the passenger certificate to enter this country. Remember that the United States government requires all passengers traveling to the United States, age two and older, to complete contact tracing information forms.

Also a certification from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) confirming that passengers meet entry requirements. If you are not a citizen of the United States, you must also have proof of vaccination against the virus to travel to this country, unless you benefit from an exception.

Are you flying on American Airlines? You must scan each QR code to complete this 2-step process and be ready to fly. Step 1, complete the CDC attestation. Step 2, fill in contact tracing information. The US government requires every passenger traveling to this country to provide complete and accurate contact information to help prevent the spread of Covid19.

They warn American Airlines travelers that failure to provide complete and accurate information may result in criminal penalties. Please complete 24 hours prior to travel, upon completion show the confirmation page to the airport agent upon request.

This North American company continues to fly in February between Miami and Havana at the rate of four daily connections, although for the months of April and March it intends to increase these connections. In addition to the Americans, other companies like Jet Blue or Southwest connect the two countries. Others, like the European Icelandair, have recently obtained permits and will connect other cities in the United States to the Cuban capital.

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