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As further US airlines exit Cuba, what does the future hold for US-Cuba relations? Karen Gilchrist | @_karengilchrist Thursday, 16 Mar 2017 | 9:02 AM ET U.S. airlines Silver Airways and Frontier Airlines have become the latest to bow out of Cuba due to weakened demand, posing new questions about the U.S’s future relationship […] Continue reading
American Airlines opens Havana ticket office American Airlines celebrated the grand opening of its Havana ticket office on Tuesday. The sales center is in El Centro de Negocios de Miramar, a two-block section of office and retail buildings in the city’s Miramar/Playa section where other international airline and travel offices are located. American began flying […] Continue reading
‘Cuba was the opposite of everything I imagined’ JANUARY 7, 20175:35PM Kirrily Schwarz BARACK Obama’s visit to Cuba in March 2015 was historic, marking the end to decades of hostility between the two nations. Just five months later, in August, the first commercial flight left American soil for Havana, opening the island to mass […] Continue reading
Embargo remains for some Cuba sectors, as trade grows slowly December 3, 2016 at 2:42 PM EST AMY GUTTMAN: Visitors to Cuba may find the lack of modernization part of the country’s charm, but if Cuban farmers and American investors get their way, oxen that still till these fields may finally be replaced. Cuban-American entrepreneur […] Continue reading
Cubana’s fleet: VIPs come first MICHEL SUÁREZ | Madrid | 21 de Noviembre de 2016 – 23:11 CET. Cubana de Aviación has blamed its disastrous state (once again) to the US embargo. “There are no aviation supply companies in the world that dare to sell direct to Cuba,” the company’s director recently alleged. As he […] Continue reading
Agencias de viajes comienzan a sentir la presión de los vuelos comerciales Los 56 vuelos semanales que American Airlines tiene programados a Cuba son una fuerte competencia para las compañías de vuelos chárter Redacción CE, Madrid | 04/10/2016 11:10 am Las compañías de vuelos fletados a Cuba han comenzado a sentir la presión ahora que […] Continue reading
¿Que pasará con los vuelos fletados a Cuba? MIMI WHITEFIELD Entre los pasajeros del primer vuelo regular de American Airlines a Cuba estaba un alto ejecutivo de una de las compañías de vuelos fletados a la isla que han comenzado a sentir la presión ahora que los vuelos comerciales se han reanudado después de […] Continue reading
Texas faces business obstacles with Cuba, but airline access isn’t one of them By Conor Shine Follow @Conor_Shine Aviation Writer Published: 03 September 2016 12:39 AM Updated: 03 September 2016 12:39 AM Starting this week, it is now possible to purchase a ticket online, go to a U.S. airport, board a plane and in […] Continue reading
Airlines race to Cuba, overcoming major hurdles There are hundreds of challenges to be tackled as U.S. airlines prepare to resume their first regularly scheduled flights to Cuba in five decades. BY SCOTT MAYEROWITZ Associated Press HAVANA Galo Beltran stands on the tarmac testing a hand-held baggage scanner. Each time a barcode is successfully read, […] Continue reading
Havana, Where Businesspeople Make Money So They Can Emigrate / Iván García Ivan Garcia, 2 June 2016 — While it is still dark outside, Nelson gets up, turns on the light and quickly gets dressed. He then goes to the kitchen, makes a cup of coffee and with his calculator starts balancing his books. Yesterday […] Continue reading
A Cuba cruise travel guide: Everything you need to know before you go BY MIKE CLARY Sun Sentinel So you’re thinking about taking a cruise to Cuba. As the Fathom ship Adonia launches a schedule of biweekly cruises from Miami to Cuba, passengers will find a few changes in scheduling and activities from the inaugural […] Continue reading
3 Industries to Benefit From New Cuba Relationship By Ryan McQueeney As President Obama enters the last few months of his presidency, one of his most impactful diplomatic decisions is finally starting to take shape. After five decades of division, relations between the United States and Cuba are beginning to normalize again. Back in March, […] Continue reading
American companies see potential in Cuba, but will need patience Relations are warming but the U.S. trade embargo is still in place, so investing in the country will be difficult. BY KATE LINTHICUM LOS ANGELES TIMES HAVANA — Chris Rosander was touring a mango grove in Cuba last year with a group of U.S. agriculture […] Continue reading
How to Go to Cuba Right Now By VICTORIA BURNETTMARCH 15, 2016 Travel to Cuba just got easier and, probably, less expensive. The United States government on Tuesday announced new rules that allow Americans to travel independently to Cuba on what they call “people-to-people” trips, one of the most popular ways to see the island. […] Continue reading
Cuba opens for US business Feb 22, 2016 As the US and Cuba sign an agreement for commercial flights between the two countries to resume after a gap of over 50 years, Sally White wonders if the romance is over Everyone is getting teed up for booming business seeing this as the new money-spinner – […] Continue reading
Despite differences with Cuba, Obama says now is the time to visit the island Obama says he plans to raise human rights with Cuban government Opponents criticize the March 21-22 visit Announcement comes amid busy week of U.S.-Cuba engagement BY MIMI WHITEFIELD A thicket of issues still separates Cuba and the United States and […] Continue reading
From aviation to trade, a busy week ahead for U.S.-Cuba relations A civil aviation agreement between the two countries will be signed Cuba’s minister of foreign trade and investment is visiting Washington Second round of U.S.-Cuba regulatory talks will be held BY MIMI WHITEFIELD This will be a big week in the evolving U.S.-Cuba […] Continue reading
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