Turkish Airlines offers four different flight alternatives in average from Moscow to Havana at certain days of the week. All these flights are operated as connecting flights over Istanbul Airport (IST). There may be changes on the number of flights seasonally throughout the year. Moreover, some flights are operated with two connecting flights over Istanbul Airport (IST) and Panama City Tocumen International Airport (PTY).
Duration of the journeys with Turkish Airlines from Moscow to Havana with a connecting flight over Istanbul Airport (IST) may vary depending on the layover. These flights take nearly 18 to 36 hours. Flights with two transit flights may take up to 45 hours in average.
If you have a layover between 6 and 24 hours at the magnificent Istanbul during your journey from Moscow to Havana, you may benefit from the service Touristanbul, offered complimentary by Turkish Airlines for its guests, and have a chance to see the notable tourist attractions in the city in a short span of time. If your layover is more than 20 hours, you may make use of the free Stopover service and have a chance to attend the city sightseeing tour and benefit from the accommodation opportunities.
The capital of Russia, Moscow is an extremely spectacular city. Shining out with its crowded population, vivacious life, glorious squares and stunning parks, this city is one of the favorite metropolises worldwide. As the representative of the country on a global scale with its live business world, Moscow serves a significant duty as well, as the country’s developing and changing face.
The city has four international airports in total: Sheremetyevo Airport (SVO), Domodedovo Airport (DME), Vnukovo Airport (VKO) and Zhukovsky Airport (ZIA). Turkish Airlines flights from Moscow to Havana take off from Vnukovo International Airport (VKO), which is 30 kilometers from the city center.
There are a couple of alternatives for reaching Vnukovo International Airport (VKO), including buses, railway and cabs.
You may get on the buses numbered 611 or 911 from the central subway stations and reach the airport. Setting off in every 15 minutes from Yugo-Zapadnaya, Troparyovo and Salaryevo subway stations, these buses get to the airport within nearly 45 minutes.
You may also use Aeroexpress subway line from Kievsky Railway Station to reach the airport. This subway line regularly operates all day long to the airport in every thirty minutes. The journey in this shuttle route takes 45 minutes in average.
If you are interested in a personal transport option, you may take the cabs available 7/24 in the city.
Havana, the extremely popular capital of gorgeous Cuba as the largest island in the Caribbean, is the ideal city for those living a life full of joy. A cheerful and warm city where you are very likely to find yourself dancing, embracing the music every second… As a stunning city with old American cars all around, Havana has a lot to offer; you may walk around the glamorous Neo Classic and Art Nouveau buildings, visit the cigar factories and enjoy the splendid Caribbean beaches. Make sure also to see the fantastic sculptures and museums offering an insight into the country’s history.
Passengers with a flight ticket to Havana with Turkish Airlines enjoy a relaxing and safe journey of high quality. These flights land at Jose Marti International Airport (HAV), the sole airport serving in the city.
You should first reach Boyeros Boulevard in front of the Terminal 2, if you are planning to use public transport to get to the city center from Havana Jose Marti International Airport (HAV). Although there is a bus service operating in this road of a couple of kilometers, passengers generally prefer taking cabs to get to the Boulevard, since the buses operate at long intervals. Once arrived at Boyeros Boulevard, you may get on the buses P12 or P15 and reach Revolution Square (Plaza de la Revolucion), the most popular square in the center.
You may also consider using the cabs serving at the airport to get to the city center.