Camagüey, Oct 20.- The Ignacio Agramonte International Airport in Camagüey will receive its first flight from abroad this Tuesday after the break caused by Covid-19, reported Leuder Escobar, director of the terminal.
We have all the infrastructure with the corresponding health protocols to restart operations to and from Cuba, and it will be when we receive from Cancun the passengers of the Vivas airline, Escobar told Prensa Latina.
The manager added that there will be continuous arrivals until next 24, and we hope to continue with services next week, he said.
A mission led by representatives of International Sanitary Control, certified the good condition of the facility that before the restriction established by the United States Government, stopped receiving about 11 thousand passengers per month, according to data provided by the managers of the terminal.
Representatives of the Civil Aeronautics, Immigration, Customs and the Ministry of Tourism, also joined the commission that inspected the airport, and that took into account various parameters to offer a safe and quality service. (Text and photo: PL)