Cuba may be the most exciting destination that American tourists can visit today. Americans can freely travel all around Cuba.
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Getting to Cuba gets easier.
Up to 100 daily flights operated by U.S. carriers are flying to Cuba.
JetBlue Airways re-establishing regular air service to Cuba. JetBlue offers flights to Santa Clara, Camaguey and Holguin and daily flights to Havana from New York JFK, Orlando and Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
American Airlines offers scheduled services from Miami, Florida to Havana, Holguin, Santa Clara and Varadero.
Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines and United Airlines offers direct scheduled flights to Cuba's capital city Havana.
Those airlines provide flight service to Havana, Cuba from: Atlanta, Charlotte, North Carolina, Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami; Newark, New Jersey, New York City, Orlando and Tampa Florida.
President Barack Obama's announcement plans to re establish diplomatic ties with Cuba and lift the ban on U.S. tourism to Cuba.
- Diplomatic opening: The U.S. will take steps toward restoring diplomatic ties with Cuba, the embargo's impact will be eased.
- Easing business and travel restrictions: The U.S. will make it easier for Americans to obtain licenses to do business in Cuba.
- Easing banking restrictions: Americans will be able to use credit and debit cards while in Cuba.
- Higher remittance limits: Americans will be able to send up to $2000 per year to family members in Cuba, remittances are source of income for many Cubans.
U.S. President Obama historic visit - Old Havana