Following the recent hurricane activity in some of our Sun destinations, here is an update on our operations in the affected regions.Cuba
Transat is pleased to announce that it has resumed its normal airline operations to Varadero and Holguin, Cuba. In addition, the hotels in Havana, Cayo Largo, Camagüey, Varadero and Holguin are fully operational; and the white-sand beaches are bigger and lovelier than ever!
To ensure that its clients have the best vacation possible and that all the touristic activities and attractions meet its quality standards, Transat will resume its operations to Santa Clara (SNU) on November 11 and to Cayo Coco on November 15. Our teams at destination and our hotel partners are working together to reopen the hotels in these two regions. Dominican Republic
Hurricane Maria has not done any structural damage to the hotels marketed by Transat. All airports are open. Our flights to Punta Cana, Puerto Plata and Samana are operating normally.
Saint-Martin & Puerto Rico
Due to the impacts of hurricanes Irma and Maria on the islands of St-Marteen and Puerto Rico, Air Transat is changing the schedule of its air routes to these Caribbean islands. The carrier is pleased to announce that its flights to Puerto Rico, with one flight per week from Toronto, and one flight per week from Montreal, will begin as of February 18.
Flights to Saint-Marteen are interrupted for the entire season. Cruise packages
We are planning some changes to our Eastern Caribbean and Southern Caribbean cruise itineraries to ensure your comfort and safety and provide the best possible vacation experience. There will be no changes to embarkation/debarkation dates, however. Our cruise line partners are currently reviewing their Winter 2017–18 itineraries and securing new ports of call. We expect to announce these revisions within the next weeks.
There are no revisions for passengers travelling on Western Caribbean itineraries.