Location details, contact information, airlines, departure and arrival flight status, transportation, facilities and services, parking, special passenger amenities, nearby hotels and answers to passengers' frequently asked questions.
Antonio Maceo Airport serves the city of Santiago de Cuba, and it operates with international scheduled flights to Toronto, Montreal , Miami, Port Au Prince, Santo Domingo as well as some domestic flights to Havana and Cayo Coco
Number of Terminals - 1 -
Airlines; Cubana de Aviación, Sunwing, Air Transat, Sunrise Airways, Swift Air
Annual passenger traffic:
Tel. (53 22) 69 8614 / 69 1053 / 69 8612 / 69 1014
The airport is located 10 km (6 miles) south of Santiago de Cuba old town.See Map
The airport has ATM cash machines, Post office services, Currency exchange booth, Public Phones (national and international), 2 VIP lounges, one belongs to the Cuban airline Cubana de Aviacion, the other one is accessible to any passenger (20 CUC, includes: express check-in, comfortable seating, open bar and snacks, TV, newspapers)
Food and Drinks - There are snack bars, cafeteria, inside the terminal Refreshments vendor outside terminal
Shopping - Duty Free Shop, Drugstore, Several gift shops and kiosks, Liquor & Cigars shop, Freshly rolled cigars for sale In addition, there is a small shopping mall five minute walk from the terminal with several small shops
Baggage - For inconvenience with the luggage (lost or damage), contact to the airline.
Other services - smoking area, Tours Operators and Travel Agencies desks
Versalles (2.9 km), Villa Friends of Orietta. Ocean (3.5 km)
There’s no public bus station at the airport but there's a VIAZUL bus station and an ASTRO bus station in downtown Santiago (both on Avenida de los Libertadores) which is only a short taxi ride from the airport.
Taxis are available in front of the terminal building. A taxi ride from the airport to downtown Santiago takes about 15 minutes and fares are about 10 CUC. It is recommended to agree the fare first.
Chartered Shuttle bus:
Most tourists arriving in Santiago de Cuba by air already have the transfers pre-arranged by a tour operator and included in their vacation package. If it's your case, then when you exit the terminal you will be greeted by your Tour Operator representative who will show you which shuttle bus to board for the transfer to your hotel.
The car rental desks are located in the Arrivals hall and outside parking: Cubacar, Rex, Havanautos, and Via Transgaviota.
Booking in advance is recommended, especially during the high season.
An open air parking area is available in front of the terminal building with short-term and long-term parking spaces.
If you require special assistance, contact your airline at least 48 hours prior to your flight.
Latest updates: August 28, 2019