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Tampa International Airport
José Martí International Airport
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Scan through all non-stop flights from Tampa to Havana. The full flight schedule below gives an overview of all non-stop flights from TPA to HAV, which includes the daily timetable of every operating airline for the upcoming 12 months.
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Currently, there is only one airline operating non-stop flights from Tampa TPA to Havana HAV, which is Southwest Airlines. This section gives an overview of the flight schedules and timetables of every airline with direct flights for this route.
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Flights from TPA to HAV are operated once a week. Departure times vary between 09:25 - 09:30. The earliest flight departs at 09:25, the last flight departs at 09:30. However, this depends on the date you are flying so please check with the full flight schedule above to see which departure times are available on your preferred date(s) of travel.
On this non-stop route, you can fly in Economy only.
The fastest direct flight from Tampa to Havana takes 1 hour and 25 minutes. The flight distance between Tampa and Havana is 214 miles (or 344 km).
There is 1 airport in Havana: José Martí International Airport (HAV).
There is 1 flight per week flying from Tampa to Havana (as of August 2021).
1 hour and 25 minutes is the average flight time from Tampa to Havana.
The distance from Tampa to Havana is 214 miles (344 kilometers).
Southwest Airlines is the only airline flying nonstop from Tampa to Havana.
There are no alliances flying direct from Tampa to Havana at the moment.
You can fly non-stop in Economy only.
Aircraft types that fly from Tampa to Havana:
The earliest flight departs at 09:25 from Tampa and arrives at 10:50 at Havana.
The latest flight departs at 09:30 from Tampa and arrives at 10:50 at Havana.
214 miles (344 km) · 1h 25m
Boeing 737-700 (winglets)
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