American Airlines has significantly ramped up its service to the island of Cuba.
Last month, the world’s largest airline resumed service to five different airports in Cuba: Holguin, Santa Clara, Santiago, Varadero and Camaguey.
Service to Santa Clara is operating twice per day, while American’s flights to Varadero, Holguin, Camaguey and Santiago are operating daily.
Right now, American is operating up to 14 daily flights between Miami and six destinations in Cuba.
This week, the airline ramped up its service to the capital of Havana, with up to eight daily flights, including seven daily flights to Havana on Saturdays.
For more on rules for traveling to Cuba, see the US State Department’s Web site.