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Descendants of Batista’s henchmen look to be “compensated” under the Helms-Burton Act

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With the U.S. government re-activating the Helms-Burton Act’s Title III, José Ramón López – son of a swindler and lackey of the Batista dictatorship, José López Vilaboy – has filed a claim on Cubana Airlines, legally confiscated as a misappropriated asset after the triumph of the Revolution.

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U.S. Airlines Still Waiting for Washington’s Permission to Fly to Cuba


U.S. airlines are still awaiting a response from the federal authorities to begin direct flights to Cuba, Cuban ambassador in the United States, Jose Ramon Cabañas said Thursday. During a press conference on Twitter, Cabañas said that the airlines already have the green light with the Institute of Civil Aeronautics of Cuba, but the U.S. government has still not given its authorization.

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Iberia names new airbus “La Habana”

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Spanish airline Iberia has named its latest Airbus A330-200 “La Habana”, to mark the 70th anniversary of its first flights to Latin America, the company reported on April 4.