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Miami to Havana cruise business will take years to develop

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Jane Sutton | Reuters U.S. cruise companies are eager to add Cuba to their itineraries; but even if U.S. policy allowed that, Cuba’s ports would need years of rebuilding to accommodate the ships, industry officials said on Wednesday. “Our business has grown so much that these ports in Cuba… Read More

Cuba conference calendar

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Rob Sequin | Havana Journal Here are the upcoming Cuba conferences that we know about. Feel free to submit your Cuba conference, seminar or event. March 9, 2010 Conference to Demand the Elimination of Restrictions on Academic and People-to-People Travel to Cuba in Washington DC The Center for International… Read More

850,000 Americans will travel to Cuba in the first year - US tour operators

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Reuters It’s too soon for Americans to plan a Cuban vacation of beach, mambo and mojitos, but the U.S. travel industry is gearing up for a return to its largest Caribbean destination before Fidel Castro’s 1959 revolution. Tour operators held a video conference with Cuban tourism officials… Read More

Cuba Travel Services announces non-stop flights from Los Angeles to Havana

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Due to increased demand that flooded into Cuba Travel Services, Inc. offices on the heels of the Obama Administration lifting travel restrictions on Cuban Americans, Cuba Travel Services, Inc. will be launching its first non-stop weekly flight from LAX to Havana starting June 30, 2009. Departing on Tuesdays… Read More

Orbitz launches website to promote Cuba travel for all Americans

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By Julie Johnsson | Chicago Tribune Chicago-based travel site launches Web campaign seeking to overturn the U.S. government’s longtime travel restrictions to Cuba Blending commerce with politics, Chicago’s Orbitz Worldwide is launching a campaign this week aimed at getting Congress to reverse… Read More

AirTran looking to provide direct flights to Cuba

Posted in Cuba Travel > US Tourism to Cuba

By KELLY YAMANOUCHI | PalmBeachPost.com AirTran Airways wants to be one of the first airlines to operate scheduled flights into Cuba if restrictions on tourism to the country are eased, said AirTran Chief Executive Robert Fornaro. “It’s a very pretty country and the curiosity level as well… Read More

Cuba charter flights ready for take off

Posted in Cuba Travel > US Tourism to Cuba

BY INA PAIVA CORDLE | Miami Herald Air charter operators offering flights to Cuba said Monday that they are ready and willing to ramp up service if passenger demand rises—and they expect it will. With President Obama’s lifting of travel restrictions, a Cuban American can now take a 45-minute… Read More

DestinationCuba.com booking flights to Cuba and private homes

Posted in Cuba Travel > US Tourism to Cuba

Press Release The owner of U.S. based travel agency DestinationCuba.com has been coordinating travel to Cuba for 10 years said the recent lifting of the three-year restrictions on Cuban Americans visiting Cuba means more changes are coming – and it’s about time. Rob Hodel, who owns Tico Travel in… Read More

OFAC licensed Cuba Travel Services to open Hialeah Florida office

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Press Release With increased confidence in the Obama Administration to ease travel restrictions to Cuba for Cuban Americans, Cuba Travel Services, Inc. will be opening a new office in Hialeah, Florida. Cuba Travel Services, Inc. provides travel services for authorized Cuban Americans visiting family… Read More

Bahamas, Jamaica and Caymans tourism may suffer after end of US Embargo

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Daraine Luton | Jamaica Gleaner The Jamaican economy could suffer if the next United States President moves to lift the trade embargo on communist Cuba. “We have to be careful what we wish for,” says John Rapley, president of the Caribbean Policy Research Institute (CaPRI), at the University… Read More

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