General Aviation in Cuba Takes Flight

General Aviation in Cuba Takes Flight

Civil aviation in Cuba got a huge boost last year when the U.S. and Cuba agreed to re-establish regular passenger air service in more than 50 years – now general avaition is taking flight too. When plans were announced for the first Visual Flight Rule (VFR) Air Rally in more than 60 years to Cuba … Read more

Cuba Added To Google’s Latin American Digital Health Resource

Cuba Added To Google’s Latin American Digital Health Resource

Google has announced a new digital resource to help Cubans access digital health information. According to the internet giant, it wants to deliver reliable, quality health information directly to Google Search. Google search results will show information on more than 900 health conditions commonly sought in several Latin American countries: Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Cuba, Colombia, … Read more

United Applies For Additional Cuban Routes, Opens Ticket Office In Havana

United Applies For Additional Cuban Routes, Opens Ticket Office In Havana

It appears the weaker hands in the airline industry have given way to the major carriers’ long term plans for flying to Cuba. United Airlines today filed an application with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) for authority to increase from Saturday-only to daily nonstop service between its hub at Houston George Bush Intercontinental Airport … Read more

Regattas, Parades of Sail and Receptions Are Planned For This Sailing Rally To Cuba

Regattas, Parades of Sail and Receptions Are Planned For This Sailing Rally To Cuba

On May 15, over 50 participants will travel to Cuba aboard their personal vessels and charter boats to participate in a series of events designed to commemorate the 25th Anniversary of Marina Hemingway International Yacht Club and mark Waterway Guide’s 70th Anniversary. Waterway Guide is hosting the rally that departs from Key West, Florida (May … Read more

New Survey Illustrates U.S. Travelers’ Engagement With Cuba’s Private Sector

New Survey Illustrates U.S. Travelers’ Engagement With Cuba’s Private Sector

A new survey of recent American travelers to Cuba, conducted in March 2017 by Public Opinion Strategies in conjunction with Cuba Educational Travel, illustrates the effectiveness in former President Obama’s policy of directing U.S. engagement towards Cuba’s private sector. RELATED: How to Define Cuba’s Private Sector Key findings include: U.S. travelers are supporting the Cuban private … Read more