Discriminatory prices: how much do things cost?
FERNANDO DÁMASO | La Habana | 17 de Julio de 2017 – 12:05 CEST.
The establishment of Cuba’s two different currencies (CUC and CUP), and
their different applications (1×24, 1×10, 1×2 and 1×1),… Continue reading
Will Trump Open A Pandora’s Box Of Litigation Over Cuban Property?
If the president fails to continue the suspension of Title III, business
relations will be disrupted far more severely and irreparably than they
would be by any regulatory change.… Continue reading
Tourism Boom Chokes Havana’s Airport
14ymedio, Zunilda Mata, Havana, 4 July 2017 — The passengers leave the
plane and make their way around the buckets catching the leaks from the
roof. They still have a long wait in at baggage… Continue reading
GLITCH ON THOMAS COOK FLIGHT TO CUBA LEAVES AIRLINE WITH £500K BILL
Trip delayed 24 hours after Airbus A330 jet returned to Manchester with
oil pressure problem
SIMON CALDER TRAVEL CORRESPONDENT
Hundreds of Thomas Cook Airlines passengers have had… Continue reading
How to get off the eaten track in Santiago de Cuba
A trip to Santiago de Cuba should start with dinner at a paladar
(family-run restaurant) and end with drinks on the roof of the Hotel
By JENNIFER… Continue reading
Consensus and Dissent in the Face of Trump’s Cuba Policy
14ymedio, Reinaldo Escobar, Havana, 19 June 2017 – Over the weekend the
official media have repeated ad nauseam the declaration of the
government in response to Donald Trump’s speech about… Continue reading
How Trump’s Cuba policy impacts US travelers
BY MELANIE ZANONA – 06/18/17 08:00 AM EDT 72
Americans may need to rethink their travel plans to Cuba in the wake of
President Trump’s effort to crack down on the communist regime.… Continue reading
Foreigners and Cubans: Princes and Paupers
FRANCISCO ALMAGRO DOMÍNGUEZ | Miami | 15 de Junio de 2017 – 15:39 CEST.
A woman friend of mine who lives in Miami recently traveled to the
Island with her children. As her father… Continue reading
Trump’s Cuba Policy Changes Could Mean Lost Opportunities For Texas
The Port of Houston stands to benefit from increased energy and
agricultural trade with Cuba, if and when Congress lifts the U.S.
embargo on the island nation.
ANDREW SCHNEIDER |… Continue reading
South Florida companies hoping to preserve Cuba gains await new Trump rules
When U.S.-based airlines and cruise lines flew or sailed through former
President Barack Obama’s historic opening to Cuba, few expected that the
door might… Continue reading
How will President Trump change Obama’s Cuba policy?
Tribune Washington Bureau (TNS)
Sunday, June 11, 2017 9:12pm
?President Donald Trump is expected to announce his changes on Friday.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is expected to roll back parts of… Continue reading
French Airline Corsair Starts Flights to Havana
CUBAN NEWS AGENCY.
Friday, 9 June, 2017
Corsair aircrafts currently flies to the Caribbean, the Indian Ocean,
Canada and West Africa
With the arrival of its first flight ever from Paris to Havana… Continue reading
Found in Moscow’s Flea Markets: Car Parts, Jeans and Bargain-Hunting Cubans
They fly 13 hours seeking items to sell in a Communist island still
starved of consumer goods
MOSCOW—Sometimes the wheels of history turn slowly. The hottest shopping
destination for… Continue reading
Derek B. Miller: In Cuba, nothing is allowed but everything happens
By Derek B Miller
Published: May 24, 2017 10:00 a.m.
Updated: May 23, 2017 1:21 p.m.
Utah business and community leaders recently visited Cuba on a
fact-finding mission and… Continue reading
Cuba ambassador sees hope for closer links
Caitlin Johnston, Times Staff Writer
Saturday, May 13, 2017 9:12pm
ST. PETERSBURG — Cuba’s first ambassador to the United States in more
than 50 years has seen the impact of renewed bilateral ties… Continue reading
US Travel Companies Need a Long-Term Perspective to Capitalize on Cuba
The FINANCIAL — Two years after travel restrictions between the US and
Cuba started to ease, interest in the island remains strong and growing
among US travelers.
According to… Continue reading
Cuba a mix of corruption, impressive beauty, people
By Amelia Rayno / Minneapolis Star Tribune
The uniformed woman’s eyes narrowed as she looked me up and down, assessing.
Seconds earlier, she had told me that the currency exchange was one… Continue reading
Direct flights from Minnesota to Cuba are stuck at the gate, and may be
for quite a while
Sun Country plays a waiting game while President Trump’s Cuba policy
By Kristen Leigh Painter Star Tribune APRIL 29, 2017 —… Continue reading
Spirit Airlines to end Havana service June 1; last flights on May 31
Arlene SatchellContact Reporter
Another U.S. air carrier is saying ‘Adios’ to Cuba.
Low-cost Spirit Airlines plans to operate its last flights between Fort
Lauderdale-Hollywood International… Continue reading
Cuba after Fidel Castro: Full of life, but it is life on the brink of death
By ANNIKA HERNROTH-ROTHSTEIN • 4/10/17 8:00 PM
HAVANA — The young woman sees me watch in amazement as she gets up from
her seat… Continue reading
Tips from a traveler to Cuba
By Amelia Rayno APRIL 7, 2017 — 1:45PM
During a solo people-to-people tour of Cuba, I learned some important
things through trial and error. Here are some important tips I wish I’d… Continue reading
Family’s Trip to Cuba More Expensive Because of a Car Rental
By Myriam Masihy
A family paid in advance to rent car in Cuba. But they were late to pick
up the vehicle. When they got there, It had been… Continue reading
Uncertainty surrounds charter flights from Pittsburgh to Cuba
THERESA CLIFT | Monday, April 3, 2017, 11:00 p.m.
Plans to launch charter service between Pittsburgh International Airport
and Cuba are on hold indefinitely, a spokesman said Monday.
Miami-based Choice Aire planned… Continue reading
Port of Seattle hopes to help out Cuban ports
Glenn Farley, KING 7:30 PM. PDT March 30, 2017
As Cuba develops its ports, the Port of Seattle hopes to be a role model.
In January, Port of Seattle commissioners and… Continue reading
Bubble Bursts for Flights Between Cuba and the United States
14ymedio, Zunilda Mata, Havana, 17 March 2017 — A year ago the headlines
left no doubt: Cuba was Americans’ new destination and that country’s
airlines fought for their piece of… Continue reading