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Cuba

A dozen daily Havana flights from Miami, Fort Lauderale win tentative O.K.

Miami and Fort Lauderdale are two of 10 cities — including four in Florida — that won tentative government approval to offer scheduled commercial air service between the United States and Havana, Cuba, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced Thursday. If approved, 20 daily round-trip flights from the United States to Havana could start as early as the fall.

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Royal Caribbean unveils new terminal at PortMiami

Royal Caribbean Cruises and Miami-Dade County have reached an agreement to build one of the country’s largest cruise terminals at PortMiami and bring the cruise line’s gigantic ships to Miami.
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Royal Caribbean unveils new terminal at PortMiami 2:00

Royal Caribbean unveils new terminal at PortMiami

SeaWorld and Guy Harvey partner for exhibit for new Mako coaster 3:56

SeaWorld and Guy Harvey partner for exhibit for new Mako coaster

Carnival Corp. announces Cuban-born people will be allowed on cruises to Cuba 1:42

Carnival Corp. announces Cuban-born people will be allowed on cruises to Cuba

Mayor Gimenez speaks about Carnival Corp. and discriminatory Cuba cruise policy 3:35

Mayor Gimenez speaks about Carnival Corp. and discriminatory Cuba cruise policy