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- Jan 5, 2002
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Think we're going to be going to Kingston, Jamaica next week in our Learjet 31A. Perhaps some of our more experienced international/carribean operators will have some pointers.
Thanks, we're now going to Montego Bay...Kingairrick said:Baseops in Houston sells Cuban overflight permits and handling for about 1/2 what universal charges. They can also get Cuban overflights in about 60 minutes if needed for $245 each way. I always used them when going to Cayman/ Jamaica/ Costa Rica. I also second the advice to stay out of Kingston. If you wind up anywhere else, you'll be OK. Just don't leave the hotel grounds, or get to close to the fences...
G100driver said:Call Universal NOW and have them arrange a Cuban overflight permit. I believe it takes 48-72 hours to process.
If you have them arrange handling the trip will be easy and they will make you look good.