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Southwest Airlines Is Making It Easier (And Cheaper) To Fly To Cuba

Start packing your bags. Southwest Airlines announced Thursday that the budget airline will launch its nonstop service to Cuba beginning next month, making even more flights available for eager travelers wanting to visit. The airline will offer two daily nonstop flights between Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and the northern Cuba city of Varadero starting Nov. 13. About one month later, on Dec.
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