New Route of the Day (22 September 2021): World2fly between Madrid and Havana
On 22 September, World2fly began weekly service (Wednesdays) on the 7,475-kilometre route between Madrid and Havana. The inaugural service (flight number WFL 1505 operated by an Airbus A350-900, registration EC-NOI) departed Madrid at 14:56 and touched down in Havana eight hours and 31 minutes later at 17:27 local time. The return flight (WFL 1506) departed the Cuban airport at 19:40 and landed back in the Spanish capital eight hours and 23 minutes later at 10:03 local time, the following day. Frequency on the route is set to double, according to the airline’s booking tool, with the addition of a Sunday service from 21 November.
According to Cirium Data and Analytics schedule information, the Madrid-Havana market is already served by four other carriers; Air Europa and Iberia are both offering 2-weekly service, while Cubana and Evelop are both offering weekly service. Checking with flightradar24.com confirms that all of these services are currently operating.
Just two other scheduled routes at present
Formed in 2020 and based in Palma de Mallorca, World2fly has just two aircraft; an A350-900 (EC-NOI) and an A330-300 (EC-LXR). At present it is operating just two other routes from Madrid, weekly flights to Cancun in Mexico and Punta Cana in the Dominican Republic. Cancun service is set to increase to 2-weekly from 3 December according to the airline’s on-line booking tool. All three routes are currently served by the airline’s A350.