Articles tagged “havana”

Airlines

JetBlue Wants to Add Flights From Fort Lauderdale and Boston to Havana

This is a curious move. In May, JetBlue will start flying smaller airplanes to Cuba, as demand is not as strong as expected. But now the airline wants to add more daily flights. Perhaps this is more of a long-term play.

Cruises

The 3 Largest Cruise Companies Can Now Take Tourists to Cuba. What’s Next?

Cruise ships in Cuba are adding capacity to keep up with a demand that hotels can't match. Right now, they're an essential part of the tourism development story.

The 3 Largest Cruise Companies Can Now Take Tourists to Cuba. What’s Next?

Airlines

JetBlue and Alaska Fight Over Rights to Fly to Havana

JetBlue is surprisingly feisty in this filing, considering airlines ask for and receive extensions all the time. But Alaska is a major competitor of JetBlue's, so maybe that explains it.

JetBlue and Alaska Fight Over Rights to Fly to Havana

Airlines

How Tiny Silver Airways Plans to Win in Cuba and Beyond

If you live in Florida, Silver Airways wants to be your-go to carrier for Cuba. Its plan may just work.

How Tiny Silver Airways Plans to Win in Cuba and Beyond

Hotels

Starwood Is First U.S. Hotel Chain to Receive Authorization to Operate in Cuba

This weekend will go down as one of the most historic in U.S. history—and in U.S. hospitality.

Starwood Is First U.S. Hotel Chain to Receive Authorization to Operate in Cuba

Tourism

Havana’s biggest tourist trap is reborn as Cuba anticipates U.S. tourist influx

If Graham Greene calls it a tourist trap, it likely is. But Sloppy Joe's rebirth now is yet another signal that a half century of nonsense between the U.S. and Cuba is coming to an end.

Havana’s biggest tourist trap is reborn as Cuba anticipates U.S. tourist influx