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Havana WoW! Fare from Air France Saves 24%

Havana WoW! Fare from Air France Saves 24%

Your clients can fly with Air France from Dublin to Havana, Cuba, for just €599 return (including taxes) for bookings made today, Thursday 17th April 2014. This latest WoW! fare offers a 24% discount and is available for an open travel period. Air France WoW! Fares

 

As the Caribbean’s largest city, Havana is a romantic getaway with a welcoming atmosphere and infectious energy. One of Latin America’s most electric and culturally unique societies, Havana has spawned salsa and mambo, Havana Club rum and Cohiba cigars, as well as mural painting and Che Guevara iconography. Take a trip to Cuba’s beating heart this summer and enjoy average temperatures of 32 degrees Celsius.

Air France offers convenient and seamless global travel for leisure and business passengers, across more than 200 worldwide destinations, via the Air France hub at Paris Charles de Gaulle. With quick and easy Internet check-in facilities, passengers can avoid the airport queues, choose their seats, and check-in online as early as 30 hours prior to departure.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, copywriter, editor and proofreader for 52 years, and News & Features Editor for ‘Irish Travel Trade News’ for the past 42 years.

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