Informacion economica sobre Cuba

Cuba Travel Services Will Commence Non-Stops Flights to Authorized
Airports in Cuba from San Juan, Puerto Rico, Houston, Texas and Fort
Lauderdale, Florida
August 04, 2011 05:37 PM Eastern Daylight Time

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico–(EON: Enhanced Online News)–Cuba Travel
Services, Inc. ("CTS") announced today that it has received landing
permission by the government of Cuba to begin flights from 3 new
airports in the United States: Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in
San Juan, Puerto Rico (SJU), Fort Lauderdale International Airport (FLL)
and Houston Intercontinental Airport (IAH) to authorized airports in Cuba.

"Cuba Travel Services plans to extend high quality, low cost travel
services between recently authorized Fort Lauderdale (FLL) and Houston
(IAH) as well"

According to Michael Zuccato, General Manager of CTS, non-stop service
is expected to commence soon and will charter Airbus, Boeing 737, MD-80
as well as ATR-72 aircraft to operate these flights. CTS is currently
under negotiations with several premier air carriers to operate this
highly anticipated service. Cuba Travel Services currently operates 3
routes to Cuba from the United States: Miami-Havana-Miami,
Miami-Cienfuegos-Miami and Los Angeles-Havana-Los Angeles. "Cuba Travel
Services' office in San Juan has been serving Puerto Rico for over eight
years and is the only authorized charter and travel service company that
has offices in Puerto Rico and currently operates charters to Cuba. We
look forward to servicing licensed passengers in the region with a low
cost travel solution to both Santiago and Havana, Cuba," said Michael
Zuccato.

Cuba Travel Services recognizes the there is large Cuban-American
population in Puerto Rico and anticipates tremendous interest in the
direct flights. Due to recent changes of the restrictions, Cuban
Americans are authorized to visit family members as often as they like
under a general license. Universities, religious organizations, academic
institutions, journalists and others may also qualify for specific or
general licenses. For additional information on the recent expansion of
authorized travel to Cuba, please visit the Cuba Travel Services website
at www.CubaTravelServices.com or the website of the Office of Foreign
Assets Control at www.treas.gov/ofac. "Cuba Travel Services plans to
extend high quality, low cost travel services between recently
authorized Fort Lauderdale (FLL) and Houston (IAH) as well," added
Michael Zuccato.

CTS has been servicing licensed passengers, from both the West and East
coast of the US for more than 11 years. Under arrangements with US
registered air carriers, CTS has been providing non-stop charter flights
from Los Angeles and Miami since the year 2000 and is recognized as a
leading provider of charter and travel services to Cuba.

CTS was formed by a group of Los Angeles business professionals to
specifically facilitate a better understanding between the U.S. and Cuba
by providing a convenient and cost-effective travel solution for those
people who qualify under current US Treasury Department regulations. As
an Indirect Air Carrier, CTS currently offers 10 flights per week
between Miami and Cuba and continues to charter non-stop flights from
Los Angeles to Havana. CTS has principal offices in Long Beach,
California with additional offices in Miami, Florida and San Juan,
Puerto Rico. For additional information about Cuba Travel Services,
please contact Michael Zuccato at 800-963-2822 or Email:
info@CubaTravelServices.com or visit www.CubaTavelServices.com.

Contacts

Cuba Travel Services, Inc.
Michael Zuccato, 800-963-2822
or
Guillermo J. Ramis, 787-782-2929

http://eon.businesswire.com/news/eon/20110804007013/en/cuba/puert-rico/san-juan


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