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Cuba to increase international air connections to 400 in November

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Cuba will increase international air connections from 63 to 400 per week from November 15 when it gradually reopens its borders and starts receiving international tourism, announced Tuesday the Minister of Transportation, Eduardo Rodriguez.

Of the total number of flights planned, 147 will be from the United States to several cities in the Caribbean country and 77 of them to Havana, he said at a press conference.

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Rodriguez added that the number of international air . . .

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