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Cuba - US commercial flight agreement

Old Feb 12, 16, 7:29 pm
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Old Feb 12, 16, 8:21 pm
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Will they still require to fall into one of the protected categories (family visits, workshops, scientific, etc) or be open to anyone?
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Old Feb 12, 16, 9:24 pm
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Will they still require to fall into one of the protected categories (family visits, workshops, scientific, etc) or be open to anyone?
Even if they are theoretically required to fall into protected categories, no one is going to check. In fact, no one is checking right now.
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Old Feb 12, 16, 9:38 pm
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Please follow this thread in the FT Cuba Forum
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Old Feb 12, 16, 11:22 pm
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Yes, you are still officially required to fall under one of the 12 categories of approved travel.
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