Expanded Travel, Money Flow to Cuba Will Roll Out Slowly, Analysts Say
Cuba Action Team attorney Aymee Valdivia was interviewed for a Sun-Sentinel article about new travel and remittance policies toward Cuba, which are expected to be implemented slowly. During the Trump Administration, flights to the island were dialed back significantly, allowing service only into Havana. Under the new policy, more flights to more Cuban cities will be in the offing, but no one in the industry or government has named any new destinations. Ms. Valdivia said there is still no assurance that all airports will be authorized.
"But I would expect that at least two or three other airports would be authorized for both charter and regular flights. That would increase the flow of U.S. persons to Cuba," she said.
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