German travel agents travel to Cuba served by Iberostar

German travel agents travel to Cuba served by Iberostar
German travel agents travel to Cuba served by Iberostar

A group of 150 German travel agents arrived today at the Juan Gualberto Gómez International Airport, in the province of Matanzas, to fulfill a program designed by the Iberostar chain in Varadero and Havana.

The visitors arrived on a Cóndor airline flight from the German city of Frankfurt, after the famous western beach and sun pole of Varadero, located 140 kilometers east of the Cuban capital, reopened to the international markets.

The First Deputy Minister of Tourism of Cuba, María del Carmen Orellana, highlighted to the press that the aforementioned Spanish consortium made a great effort to recover this operation, “and it has helped us a lot.”

Orellana indicated that this flight is made up of a FAM (familiarization) group, “which comes to know what Cubans are capable of, and how we have prepared to avoid infections and the spread of Covid-19.”

«Important tour operators and travel agents will be able to see in situ how we apply our sanitary protocols for the safety of our clients. We hope that in the days that they are going to be in the country they feel at home and very safe, the most important thing, “he emphasized.

The deputy minister stressed that Cuba over the years, «and now it has shown it with its medical brigades helping the world, has security and strength in the health sector, and we have to make it known that the country is prepared to receive tourism”.

Orellana commented that international tourism depends on external markets, “we are going to receive and put into practice our protocols to protect citizens and as flights are requested we will confirm them and demonstrate that there is security.”

As part of the program, the reopening of six of the Iberostar hotels will take place, in which 300 health security measures are implemented, under the program named How We Care (how we take care of ourselves) to guarantee a protected environment against the pandemic.

Among the participants in these conferences are the president of the Iberian group himself, Miguel Fluxá, the commercial management of Iberostar and executives from the German branch.

A spokeswoman for the Cóndor airline pointed out that the entity also plans to connect from Düsseldorf with the Juan Gualberto Gómez airport, considered the second largest in the country and located between this city and Varadero.


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