Published on : Friday, June 10, 2016
The German company’s move is a part its route development strategy expanding further into the American continent, after earlier last week it launched the first route to Boston.
Havana, the airliner’s latest destination, is the largest city in the Caribbean region. The city with two million inhabitants has also been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1982. Knowns as the cultural centre of Cuba, Havana offers its visitors numerous historical attractions such as museums, palaces, colonial-style public squares, churches and fortresses.
Recently, Havana’s historic centre has been completely upgraded, as the officials in Cuba aim to revive the city through tourism. As the number of foreign visitors to Havana significantly increased since the 90s, the city relies on tourism to boost its economy in the future.