Havana Air’s New Cuba Booking Service

Havana Air has launched the first automated direct airline booking service to Cuba for U.S. travelers. Beginning January 1, 2016, users can begin effortlessly booking their flights via the airline’s website. The user-friendly platform will allow travelers to book their reservations while having the ability to access and submit all required authorization forms and Visa … Read more

New Book Profiles Cuba’s Entrepreneurs

The Cuba Journal discussed Cuba’s entrepreneurial sector and tech scene with Ted Henken, one of the authors of Entrepreneurial Cuba: The Changing Policy Landscape. The book is wide in scope – but also practical for people interested in Cuba’s fascinating social and economic transformation. After reviewing the evolution of Cuba’s policies since 1959, the authors … Read more

Cuban-American Business Leaders Publish Open Letter

Ten Cuban-American business leaders published a full-page advertisement in today’s Miami Herald after a recent trip to Cuba. According to an article in the Miami Herald, the ten business leaders returned from Cuba convinced that stronger ties to the U.S. would help Cubans.  The advertisement, “An Open Letter to Our Fellow Cuban-Americans”, says, “We saw … Read more

John Kerry: Cuba, One Year Later

John Kerry: Cuba, One Year Later

US Secretary of State John Kerry’s statement on the first anniversary of the US-Cuba rapprochement By John Kerry A year has passed since President Obama proposed normalizing relations with Cuba, re-opening our embassies, and creating more opportunities for our two peoples to engage with one another.  This was a dramatic change in policy, but it represented … Read more