Old Jun 11, 16, 11:02 pm
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Originally Posted by diver858 View Post
Interesting travel consideration:

With the opening of the San Diego border crossing to TIJ, HAV is very accessible from Southern California - a sample full fare, one-stop biz/first ticket is less than $800 RT on AM, which should earn AS miles. No need to deal with overpriced charters from Miami.
It may well not earn AS miles at this time, unless things have changed significantly with OFAC and U.S. airlines disallowing miles earning to and from Cuba. But for southern Californians, the CBX pedestrian bridge could be a boon.


AA and other U.S. airlines begin commercial service to Cuba in September, U.S. airlines' flights to CFG, CMW, HOG, SNU and VRA / Varadero have been announced and tickets will be sold this summer, USDOT has chosen to hold back the orders for the scrum of flights to HAV / La Habana until "sometime this summer".
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