With medical insurance for COVID-19, Evelop reactivates flights to Havana



Evelop, the airline of Ávoris, the travel division of the Barceló group, has reactivated its operations to the Caribbean. Havana will be the first destination, followed by Punta Cana (Dominican Republic), with flights starting on November 15 and December 5, respectively.

The company has included for all passengers on these flights, which will be operated with Airbus A350s and including Punta Cana, free COVID-19 medical insurance assistance at destination for departures until January 3, 2020, she said in a press release on Thursday.

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This insurance is included, along with other measures to provide passengers with the safety they need during their journey, in the “Evelop take care of you” program that the company has developed, motivated by the health situation.

The coverage of this insurance, from which all customers can benefit, regardless of the rate paid, includes, among other things, up to 35,000 euros for medical expenses, repatriation or transfer of the insured and his two accompanying persons. .

It also includes transportation of a loved one in the event of hospitalization, unlimited travel expenses, extension of hotel stay, advance of funds, shipment of medication, legal advice, research, location and shipment of baggage and cancellation fees.

José Martí airport will resume operations on November 15

In addition, Evelop has agreed with analizA laboratories that their customers receive a preferential rate and assistance in performing the PCR test for COVID-19, in case they wish to do so on their own initiative or if the country of destination of their trips require it.

Likewise, on all flights, checked baggage is included in the base fare of the ticket, which “stands out from the competition because there is no additional charge,” Evelop said.

Primer ministro cubano confirmed that the airport of La Habana will reabrirá “en los próximos días”

Likewise, flights to Punta Cana will have a land bus connection to and from Santo Domingo, included free of charge in the ticket, for departures until January 3.

The service will be provided by the company Turavia, also belonging to Ávoris, and will connect the passenger terminal in Punta Cana airport with the Dominican capital.




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