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Cayman Airways to include second flight to Cuba

A second flight connecting Cuba to Georgetown, capital of the Cayman Islands, with the city of Holguin, will join the route of Cayman Airways starting from November 28. Read More

Italian airline interested in making flights to tourist resort in Central Cuba

The Italian airline Neos explores the possibility of flights to the central Cuban province of Villa Clara, the main tourist attraction is its northern coast, today with the arrival of the first flight of the company to that area of the Caribbean island, according to official media. Read More

Warwick International hotel chain consolidates in Cuba

The hotel company Warwick International Hotels and Resorts, after debuting last year in Cuba, designs new business projections within the island. Read More

US major hotel chains are interested in Cuba

Some of the most prestigious hotel chains in the US have expressed interest in bringing their business to Cuba in recent months, the British news agency Reuters reported. Read More

Cuban tourism keeps upward trend in 2015, according to Minister

During the closing ceremony of the Tenth International Event of Nature Tourism TURNAT 2015, Cuban Minister of Tourism Manuel Marrero said that over 2 million 258 thousand people have traveled to Cuba in the first 9 months of the year. The number of tourists in Cuba has grown 17.8 percent in 2015, compared to the same period last year. Read More

Argentina launches publication on Cuban reality

A project of Argentina intends to present the Cuban reality, with emphasis on tourism, culture and history, in a publication called "Cuba is another story." Read More

Cuba will reach 3 million tourists soon, tourism official predicts

Cuban Tourism official Pablo Vazquez said in Panama that given the tourist boom witnessed by the island, marked by a 17 percent growth, Cuba nears three million foreign vacationers. Read More

Flights between the US and Cuba will be negotiated next week in Havana

US and Cuba will hold next week in Havana their first formal talks on the normalization of air service between the two countries, a move long awaited by the major US airlines. Read More

Priceline Group Tourism Company is interested in opening operations in Cuba

Priceline Group, the Internet travels company most profitable of the world, is considering regulations that allow US companies to establish bank accounts and branches in Cuba. Read More

Tourism and sustainability seminar kicks off in Cuba

From today until Wednesday, scholars from various nations will meet in this capital for the Fourth International Seminar on Tourism, Development and Sustainability, with the aim of promoting good practice in a key sector for emerging economies. Read More

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