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1. Starwood Signs Three Hotels in Cuba
Starwood has signed three hotel deals in Cuba, becoming the first U.S.-based hospitality company to enter the market in nearly 60 years. This announcement follows receipt of authorization from the U.S. Treasury Department for Starwood to operate hotels in Cuba. Long-time Havana icon, Hotel Inglaterra, will join The Luxury Collection and Hotel Quinta Avenida will become a Four Point
2. KLM to Launch Flights to Cuba
KLM to Launch Flights to Cuba. KLM will depart from the Schiphol Mainport three times a week, flying directly to Havana using MD11 equipment, offering seats for 285 passengers: 24 in World Business Class and 261 in economy class. The flights to Cuba will be operated on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, departing from Schiphol at 13:15 hours and arriving in Havana at 17:45 hours. Th
3. Wellington in Party Mode for Cuba Street Carnival
Wellington in Party Mode for Cuba Street Carnival. Wellington, New Zealand, is a city that knows how to party. And from February 23-24 it will show just how, with New Zealands largest free street party, the biennial Cuba Street Carnival. For two days the heart of the city will be transformed into a kaleidoscope of colour and entertainment with live music, dance, street markets, ro
4. Delta Hoping to Serve Havana, Cuba from Four U.S. Cities
Delta Air Lines has filed an application with the U.S. government to operate non-stop flights to Cuba from four key cities in the United States. Delta is looking for approval to serve Havana with daily flights from its hubs in Atlanta and New York's JFK International Airport as well as from Miami and Orlando.
5. Delta to Serve Havana from New York-JFK, Atlanta and Miami
Delta Air Lines will launch daily, nonstop scheduled flights to Havana, Cuba from New York-JFK, Atlanta and Miami. Delta inherited passenger service to Havana, Cuba, from its merger with Chicago and Southern Air Lines (C&S) on 1 May 1953, offering nonstop flights from New Orleans. Political instability and profitability issues ultimately led Delta to suspend service on 1 December 1
6. Virgin Atlantic plans new routes to Cuba and The Bahamas
Virgin Atlantic plans new routes to Cuba and The Bahamas
7. Archipelago International Signs Grand Aston Hotel in Cuba
Archipelago International, one of Asias fastest growing hotel management companies, has signed a deal to open its first hotel in Cuba. Scheduled to open in the last quarter of 2019, the Grand Aston Varadero Resort will feature 438 rooms in Varadero, one of the largest resort areas in the Caribbean.
8. Hahn Air Makes HR-169 Tickets Available to Travel Agents in Cuba
Hahn Air, a German airline and provider of distribution services for other airlines, has expanded its HR-169 ticket system to Cuba. Han Air's Ticket Office concept allows the company to extend its services to travel agents in markets that, for example, do not have a Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP). A membership in a BSP is usually a prerequisite for an airline and a travel agent

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