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Several of the main flight search tools (Kayak, matrix.itasoftware.com) and the like either won't show or tell you they can't show flights to Cuba due to legal reasons and them being American websites.

Is there a search tool that will? I realise I could go to LAN or Copa or other airline's individual websites, but I'd rather there be an easier way to find flights from, say, DFW to HAV (yes I realise it'd most likely have to go through another country first).

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Skyscanner also finds plenty of flights to Cuba. (By KLM, Air Canada, Aeroflot, Air France, etc). Skyscanner Ltd is based in Edinburgh, Scotland.

I tried DFW–HAV too, and yes, it found connections (through MEX, mostly):

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despegar.com, on the other hand, did not find flights to Cuba (it won't recognise Havana as destination), which surprised me a little. –  Jonik Jan 16 '13 at 7:54
    
So weird, when I tried it it wasn't showing me any. Although I tried it from DFW - maybe they just won't calculate American routes for me. –  Mark Mayo Jan 16 '13 at 15:50
    
Yeah, I was wondering whether you get different results if you're physically located in the US. (I did try "changing my country" to US and still got the same results.) If so, a non-US proxy could be used to bypass the limitation, I suppose. –  Jonik Jan 16 '13 at 17:23
    
I'm in Canada, but interesting idea. I'll load up my proxy tonight :) –  Mark Mayo Jan 16 '13 at 17:48

DoHop will happily show you flights to/from Cuba.

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+1, works fine, and found some pretty good prices too (e.g. HEL–HAV return trip starting < 700€). –  Jonik Jan 16 '13 at 12:48

Try Momondo. It's a Danish site, but also has an English interface. I can find flights to Cuba just fine.

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