Recommended Check-in Time
Even More® Speed
Ticket Counter Hours
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Cuba Travel Requirements
Even More® Speed
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
last updated: July 30, 2016
Please be advised of reports of an outbreak of mosquito-borne Zika virus affecting parts of Latin America, the United States and the Caribbean, including Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Cayman Islands, Costa Rica, Colombia, Cuba, Curaçao, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Florida, Haiti, Grenada, Mexico, Puerto Rico, St. Maarten, St. Thomas, St. Croix, St. Lucia, Texas and Turks and Caicos.
The risk of mosquito-borne transmission on aircraft is extremely low and customers traveling to affected areas should follow the recommendations provided by the CDC at http://www.cdc.gov/Travel.
What is Zika?Zika is a mosquito-borne virus that is spread to people through mosquito bites.
What are the symptoms?The most common symptoms of Zika are fever, rash, joint pain, and conjunctivitis. The symptoms are usually mild and can last several days to a week. Many people infected with Zika will not develop symptoms or even realize they have been infected.
What is the treatment?There is no vaccine to prevent or medicine to treat Zika. Travelers can protect themselves from contracting Zika by taking steps to prevent mosquito bites, such as using insect repellent, wearing long sleeves and pants, and staying in places with air conditioning or window and door screens.
Zika and PregnancyZika virus can be spread from a pregnant woman to her unborn baby and can cause serious birth defects and other poor pregnancy outcomes. The CDC recommends special precautions for pregnant women and women trying to become pregnant:
Does Zika virus infection cause GBS?We do not yet know if there is a connection between GBS and Zika virus infection. It is difficult to determine if any particular pathogen or germ “causes” Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS). The Brazil Ministry of Health has reported an increased number of people who have been infected with Zika virus who also have GBS. CDC is working with Brazil to study the possibility of a link between Zika and GBS.
Because the spread of Zika is ongoing, travelers should check the CDC travel website for the most up-to-date locations and recommendations: http://www.cdc.gov/Travel
JetBlue is not liable for any charges incurred for baggage that was checked late, nor will we be liable for delivery or compensation for late-checked baggage.
*kiosk availability subject to airport hours of operation
Check in cut-off times vary between check-in channels as follows:
Please check information specific to items such as sporting equipment, firearms, musical instruments, etc. for guidelines about transporting them on JetBlue flights.
Aeropuerto Internacional Ignacio Agramonte
Carretera de Nuevitas km 7Camagüey, Cuba
General airport phone number: +53 32-261010
JetBlue does accept pets (small dogs and cats) for transportation to/from Cuba. Service and Emotional Support dogs and cats are also accepted.
Dogs and cats may only enter Cuba if they are fully compliant with the import requirements:
Cats and dogs: must be accompanied by an official veterinary certificate, which must include the owner's details; animal details (species, sex, age, name, race and color); details of rabies vaccination, specifying type of vaccine, batch number and date of immunization; details of any other vaccinations and/or treatment for internal parasites. They must also be clinically inspected prior to shipment proving that the animal is disease free and has no external parasites or wounds.
Baggage Claim is located just after the immigration and security arrival checkpoint.
Making a baggage claim
If your baggage has been delayed or damaged, it is important to make a baggage claim with a JetBlue crewmember while you're at the airport.
If you need to make the claim once you've left the airport, please call the JetBlue Baggage Service Office at the airport you flew into within four (4) hours after arrival.
Baggage claim followup
To follow-up on a baggage claim, contact Central Baggage Services. Click here for hours of operation and contact information.
JetBlue boards and deplanes by stairs at Camagüey, Cuba – Ignacio Agramonte Airport.
JetBlue will use the common use ticket counter, but the specific location is subject to change from day to day. The ticket counter will be open on days with flights.
We recommend you arrive at the airport at least three (3) hours prior to departure. Avoid delays by checking for traffic alerts, and allow enough time to go through security screening, particularly during holidays and peak travel days. Please note, JetBlue has cut-off times for baggage check in, and also for check in at the departure gate; JetBlue will not be responsible for expenses incurred due to late check in.
To get through security you will need to check in at the ticket counter and receive your boarding pass.
Check-in requirements for international travel
Documents required for travel vary according to citizenship, residency, age (for minors), length of stay, purpose of visit, student status, etc. Please check for specific requirements for the country, or countries, you are visiting to make sure you have the correct documents.
Click Here for Identification / ID Requirements.
Boarding cut-off time
Each customer must be onboard the aircraft 20 minutes prior to departure.
Any customer not onboard, even if they have checked in and received a boarding pass, may be denied boarding and will not be entitled to denied boarding compensation.
Kiosk check in
Kiosk check in is not available.
skycap and curbside check in
We currently do not offer curbside check in at Ignacio Agramonte Airport, but skycap service is available
Click here for specific entry/exit and documentation requirements for minors based on origin and destination country.
Photo identification is required for both parties who drop off and pick up an unaccompanied minor. Unaccompanied minors will not be accepted without the guardian's photo ID.
Airport Operations crewmembers must also ensure the other UMNR’s documentation and forms are contained in the Junior Crew Pouch. UNMRs will not be released to anyone other than the adult listed on the child’s UNMR paperwork.
When dropping off the unaccompanied minor, the parent/guardian may NOT leave the airport until the following criteria are met:
In the event of a gate return, a JetBlue crewmember will contact the parent/guardian so that he/she can immediately return to the airport to meet their minor.
The following forms must be completed by the Parent or Guardian dropping the child off at the airport and must be inserted into the Junior Crew Pouch:
Pick up information
Parents or guardians who are picking up an unaccompanied minor should go to the information desk. A JetBlue crewmember will accompany the unaccompanied minor from the gate until the parent/guardian arrives. Please arrive at the airport no later than 45 minutes before the scheduled arrival.
The child will only be released to the person indicated on the unaccompanied minor form or on the reservation and that person must present their government-issued photo ID.
Car Rental Agencies are available outside of the airport near the arrivals area.
Rex +53 32 262444 (accepts US credit cards)Via +53 32 241806Havana Autos +53 32 287067
Approximate flight durations, as well as other pertinent flight details may be found on the 'Select your flights' screen when booking on jetblue.com.
Please note: flight durations vary with wind currents, weather developments, aircraft congestion, and air traffic control directives.
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The airport is located 8 km from downtown area. Additional areas of interest:
If you're connecting on another airline, the following carriers also fly into CMW:
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