Canada and Cuba increase air routes
Cuba and Canada signed on Tuesday a new agreement on air traffic to allow an "unlimited" number of airlines make flights between the two countries, which never broke relations.
This "enhanced agreement" signed between Ottawa and Havana will also make possible to share codes, a commercial practice which allows foreign airlines to operating the same flight.
It is also expected that with this agreement the tariffs to low their prices to "respond to customer’s demand", the Canadian government said in a statement.
Canada is the second largest investor in the communist island after Spain and before Italy. Cuba is the third most visited country by Canadian tourists who in 2010 accounted for 40% of tourists on the island.
In late 2014, United States and Cuba began a new diplomatic page that could end the economic and diplomatic isolation of the communist island.