As you no doubt know by now, Cuba is changing fast as a travel destination (see this Fortune article about the first new American car there in 58 years). The recent introduction of commercial flights from the US to Cuba has given Americans more access than ever to Cuba—but of course, there’s a lot that’s still new. For example:
“American and JetBlue — the two big airlines now flying to Cuba — each approaches these paperwork requirements differently. Both include required travel insurance in the price of tickets. The processes diverge from there, however.”
That note comes from this helpful guide to flying to Cuba that USA Today’s Seth Miller just put out. If you’re visiting or thinking about visiting the island, make sure to check it out. And if you’ve been to Cuba, be sure to share your own tips in the comments below!
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