Totally tropical paradise

The Caribbean becomes more accessible next season with direct flights from Dublin to Cuba and the Dominican Republic.

27th November, 2004

The Caribbean becomes more accessible next season with direct flights from Dublin to Cuba and the Dominican Republic.

Tour operator Sunworld has announced that it will operate direct flight breaks from Ireland from May 2005.

Working in partnership with Monarch Airlines, an experienced airline and familiar name to many holiday-makers, Sunworld will fly alternate weekly flights to Varadero, nearHavana in Cuba and to PuertoPlataonthe northern coast in the Dominican Republic.

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