TSA Shifting Some Delay Blame On PassengersThe crash of an EgyptAir jetliner has raised new concerns about terrorism – meaning more pressure at airports around the globe – including those in the United States.
U.S. Embassy Clears Up Controversial Website Post About Cuba TravelTravel to Cuba has been a hot topic in South Florida – especially when local travelers heard about a peculiar post on the U.S. Embassy's website.
Born In America To Cuban Parents? Cuba Still Doesn’t See You As U.S. CitizenThe U.S. Embassy has highlighted some bizarre practices by the Cuban government that could trip up Cuban-American citizens traveling to the island nation.
Carnival Opens Cuba Cruise Bookings To EveryoneAfter it received critical public backlash, Carnival Corporation has announced that they will now open their bookings on cruises to Cuba to everyone.
Airports Dealing With Long Lines & "Woefully Understaffed" TSAThere are growing concerns about security lines at airports as the summer travel season gets closer.
Lawsuit Filed Against Carnival Over Restriction Of Cubans Traveling To IslandA lawsuit has been filed against Carnival Corporation following news that people born in Cuba will not be allowed to travel to the island on one of the company's cruise ships.
Tourism Boom Causing Beer Shortage In CubaCuba could be running out of beer.
Cruises To Cuba Set To Sail From MiamiCarnival Cruise Line's Fathom division will begin weekly cruises to Cuba beginning May 1st.
Tourism A Top Topic During President Obama’s Historic Cuba VisitTourism is a top topic during President Barack Obama's historic visit to Cuba.
Airbus Seeks Patent For Seat To Fit Wider PassengersA new take on the airline seat could make it possible for airlines to charge based on a person's size.
U.S., Cuba Re-Establish Commercial Air TravelU.S. and Cuban leaders agreed to re-establish commercial air service between both countries.
Can Cuba Handle Big Boom Of American Tourism?President Obama called on Congress this week to lift the decades-old trade embargo on Cuba. U.S.-Cuban relations have thawed and tourism has increased, but it's still unclear when Americans will be able to travel freely to the nation that was historically off limits, reports CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy.

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