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Cuba's tourism industry gets its structure ready to face the next tourism season, improving its air connections.

With an official ceremony in Kingston Norman Manley airport were inaugurated regular flights by the Caribbean airline “Aerogaviota” to cover the route Havana-Santiago of Cuba-Kingston.

La línea aérea canadiense “Rouge”, del turoperador Air Canada, abrió este fin de semana una nueva ruta con un vuelo desde la ciudad de Toronto hasta el polo turístico cubano Jardines de Rey, en el centro de la isla, informaron domingo medios locales.

From July, 10 Cubana Airline Company will resume its direct flights connecting Brazil, from São Paulo, to the Cuban capital, Havana.

Authorities of the Ministry of Tourism of Cuba (Mintur) gave recognition to the representative of the airline Air France for its 15 years of direct flights between Havana and Paris.

Canada leads the issuance of tourists to various Cuban destinations to contribute the 48.9 percent of visitors to the island in the first quarter of 2013.

The German airline company Condor is finishing details to increase by 30 per cent flights linking Cuba with the old continent.

Paradisus Princesa del Mar, an eco-resort designed only for adults, is the first Meliá Cuba holiday accommodation in offering Royal Service.

TAAG will use Boeing 777, departing on Tuesday from Luanda and Thursdays from Havana.

The project Marina Gaviota Varadero, submitted to travel agents, experts and specialized press at the XXXIII International Tourism Fair (FitCuba), is the largest investment in this sector running in Cuba and is a novelty in the Caribbean area