Norwegian Cruise Line will sail a full season of Cuba cruises on Norwegian Sun next fall, offering seven-, nine-, and 13-day itineraries.
“These new itineraries offer a remarkable breadth of experiences for guests with a culturally immersive full day and evening in Havana, complemented by several visits to world-class destinations across the Caribbean and beyond,” Norwegian President and CEO Andy Stuart said in a statement announcing the sailings.
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Alaska Airlines will end its daily Los Angeles-Havana flight Jan. 22, as a result of the new individual travel rules announced last week by the Trump Administration.
Continue reading Alaska Air Cancels Havana Route Due to New Cuba Travel Rules
Faced with the Trump administration’s increasingly challenging Cuba policies, Havana is fighting back.
Continue reading Cuba Eases Visas Versus Washington’s Crackdown
The State Department is warning Americans to not travel to Cuba as the source of “significant injuries” to more than 20 United States diplomats remains unresolved.
Continue reading Mysterious State Department Illnesses Cause New Cuba Travel Warning
Alaska Airlines launched its Los Angeles-Havana service Jan. 5, bringing regularly scheduled commercial passenger flights from the US west coast to Cuba for the first time. Alaska operated the flight using a Boeing 737-900ER.
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Southwest Airlines will begin 2X-daily nonstop Fort Lauderdale, Florida-Havana, Cuba, service and 1X-daily nonstop Tampa, Florida-Havana service on Dec. 12, the Dallas-based airline announced Oct. 13.
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American Airlines and JetBlue have received final approval from the Cuban government to begin commercial airline service to several airports on the island, clearing the last hurdle for inaugural flights from Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
JetBlue, with a flight scheduled to Santa Clara from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on Aug. 31, gets the distinction as the first regularly scheduled flight to Cuba in more than 50 years, and American Airlines will follow up the next week with commercial airline service from Miami International Airport beginning Sept. 7.
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