The Newest Way to Fly Private to Cuba


By Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon
Caribbean Journal Travel Editor

If you’re intrigued by the prospect of going to Cuba and you’d like to get there in jetset style, consider the new private jet charter service being offered between the U.S. and Havana by JetSuite.

The nation’s fourth-largest private jet charter company will whisk passengers south on either a six-passenger JetSuite Edition CJ3 or four-passenger Phenom 100, non-stop from any of 16 U.S. gateways, including Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Atlanta, New York, Chicago and Houston.

One-way pricing (for up to six people) ranges between $11,152 and $23,675, depending on the originating gateway.

“Our mission continues to revolve around making private air travel accessible to more people than ever before, and offering an unprecedented level of transparency,” explains JetSuite CEO, Alex Wilcox. “We are thrilled to expand our service to Cuba, a destination I know our clients will be eager to explore.”

JetSuite passengers traveling to and from Cuba are responsible for securing their own permissions and must declare that they are authorized to travel or send remittances to Cuba. Find more information on

The Newest Way to Fly Private to Cuba was last modified: January 28th, 2016 by Cuba Journal