Cuba

February 16, 2016 11:31 AM

U.S., Cuba sign civil aviation accord in Havana as Cuba’s foreign trade minister visits Washington

Accord allows first regularly scheduled U.S.-Cuba flights in more than 50 years

U.S. airlines have until March 2 to submit applications for routes

Cuba’s Foreign Trade minister speaks at U.S. Chamber

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