What are the Security Risks of Resuming U.S. Commercial Air Service to Cuba?

What are the Security Risks of Resuming U.S. Commercial Air Service to Cuba?

The following is the statement of Paul Fujimura, Assistant Administrator and Larry Mizell, TSA Representative, Transportation Security Administration, U.S. Department of Homeland Security before the House Committee on Homeland Security, Transportation Security Subcommittee on Tuesday, May 17, 2016. Introduction Good afternoon, Chairman Katko, Ranking Member Rice, and distinguished Members of the Subcommittee.  Thank you for … Read more

A New Small-Ship Cruise to Cuba

A New Small-Ship Cruise to Cuba

Ponant Yacht Cruises and Expeditions is inviting travelers to be among the first Americans to experience Cuba by sea. The nine-day people-to-people program – sailing from March 25-April 2, 2017 – will feature specially designed excursions ashore delving into architectural preservation; artistic traditions and the daily life of the Cuban people. Travelers will enjoy interactions … Read more

Here’s a Caribbean Beer and Cuban Music Combo

Here’s a Caribbean Beer and Cuban Music Combo

Presidente beer today announced an official partnership with Gente de Zona, the most popular Cuban music duo in the world. The official partnership will have a dedicated focus on Hispanic consumers primarily residing in the eastern United States. The musical duo, famous for its raggaeton sound, found its first international success following their collaboration with Enrique … Read more

KLM Increasing Cuba Flights

KLM Increasing Cuba Flights

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is increasing its operations from Amsterdam to Havana with a new direct flight, beginning October 30, 2016. With the addition of this new flight, KLM will now be offering daily flights to Cuba’s capital. The measure is a response to the growing interest Cuban tourism opportunities and consequent increase in travelers to … Read more

Cuba, US Holding More Talks in Havana

Cuba, US Holding More Talks in Havana

By the Cuba Journal staff Cuba and the United States will hold their third Bilateral Commission in Havana beginning next Monday, May 16, the US State Department announced. US Secretary of State John Kerry has asked Ambassador Ambassador Kristie Kenney, the Counselor of the U.S. Department of State to lead the delegation. In a statement, … Read more