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The new airline, Muthu Aviation, will operate domestic flights in Cuba from December.
It was founded by the Indian hotel group MGM Muthu Hotels.
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Cuba: country`s borders status
Borders are open with restrictions.
Entry conditions for citizens and tourists
Passengers must have a QR code generated after the completion online of “D’Viajeros” form. The form must be submitted at most 48 hours before departure of the last direct flight to Cuba.
Arriving passengers could be tested for a COVID-19 with an RT-PCR method.
National holidays in Cuba in 2023
Public holidays and festivals in Cuba in 2023. Non-working days:
- January 1, Sunday: Triumph of the revolution (Triunfo de la Revolución);
- January 2, Monday: Victory Day of the Armed Forces (Día de Victoria de las Fuerzas Armadas);
- March 15, Saturday: Good Friday (Viernes Santo);
- March 1, Monday: International Workers’ Day (Día de los trabajadores);
- July 25, Tuesday: Assault of the Moncada garrison (Conmemoración del asalto a Moncada);
- July 26, Wednesday: Day of the National Rebellion (Día de la Rebeldía Nacional);
- July 27, Thursday: Assault of the Moncada garrison (Conmemoración del asalto a Moncada);
- October 10, Tuesday: Independence Day (Día de la Independencia);
- December 25, Monday: Christmas (Navidad).
India: country’s borders status
Borders are open. Currently there are no imposed COVID-related restrictions.
National holidays in India in 2023
Public holidays and festivals in India in 2023. Non-working days:
- January 26, Thursday: Republic Day (गणतंत्र दिवस);
- August 15, Tuesday: Independence Day (स्वतंत्रता दिवस);
- October 2, Monday: Birthday of Mahatma Gandhi (महात्मा गांधी की जयंती).
There are currently three national public holidays in India. Along with this, many religious and secular holidays are observed in the country, which are traditionally widely celebrated either in some states or by representatives of a certain part of the population. So, in the Hindu calendar there are a total of 32 holidays, for Muslims — 8, for Christians — 6, for Sikhs — 4, and in the calendars of Buddhists and Jains only 2 holidays each. The dates of most religious holidays are determined by the corresponding lunar calendars, so they fall on different dates according to the Gregorian calendar.