The JetBlue experience you know and love is available to and from Cuba! Our nonstop routes from New York, Boston, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando to great Cuban destinations serve as the ideal connection between Cuba and our customers.
For everything you need to know before you book, check the frequently asked questions below!
For information about recent changes to U.S. regulations on Cuba travel, see the OFAC FAQs. Customers should also continue to check www.treasury.gov and www.state.gov for additional information as it becomes available.
Plus one of the following visas (unless you hold a passport from a country that has a visa waiver agreement with Cuba):
The required documents depend on when you left Cuba: before or after December 31, 1970.
Yes, it's possible to book one-way travel via jetblue.com; however, during check-in, all visitors to Cuba must present proof of return or onward travel in order to travel to Cuba.
We recommend arriving at the airport at least 3 hours before departure.
Please refer to the Cuban customs site for policies on allowances, restrictions and limitations.
Yes, your cat or dog can travel to Cuba as long as they have the travel requirements and documentations which includes details on how to obtain a household pet declaration and certificate from the Cuban Consulate. Please note: All entry requirements for pets (dogs and cats) also apply to service/emotional support animals.
With very few exceptions, U.S. credit and debit cards do not currently work in Cuba. Please bring enough cash to last your entire trip. U.S. Dollars can be exchanged into Cuban convertible currency (CUC) at most airports, hotels, and exchange houses. Source:https://cu.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/local-resources-of-u-s-citizens/traveling-to-cuba/.
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