Chabeli Herrera, Miami Herald In a week of historic firsts between the United States and Cuba, Carnival Corporation gained approval Monday to sail from Miami into the port of Havana in May. After months of uncertainty, Cuban authorities from Havanatur Celimar and other agencies approved the cruise company’s bid for ...
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Bridgetown.- The Barbados Immigration Department has deferred plans to introduce biometric screening at Barbados’ ports of entry from April 1, 2016.
The Caribbean has undoubtedly become one of the most important markets for cruises from all over the world, a tourist modality that represents a significant door of entry of visitors to the majority of the area destinations.
Fort de France.- Norwegian airline announced that will resume its seasonal winter service to the French Caribbean.
Santo Domingo.- Dominican airline Pawa started this month three flights per week, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from Santo Domingo to Cuba after the airline complied with the Civil Aviation Board (JAC) requirements, and months after it began operations in mid-August last year.
The airline will start in mid-year direct flights from Panama City to the eastern province of Holguín, the third destination the Caribbean nation’s airline will fly to.