FedEx Corp. won’t be flying a big cargo plane into Havana anytime soon.

The express delivery giant dropped its bid to operate to Cuba’s capital and is now requesting U.S. regulatory clearance to fly five times a week between Miami and the smaller resort town of Veradero in the province of Matanzas.



Recent Articles

Date Title
6/30/16 State leaders join advocacy group in seeking to end Cuba trade embargo
Dale Liesch, Weekly Lagniappe
6/30/16 Competing on Good-Will Tour in U.S., a Cuban Team Sends Mixed Signals
Harvey Araton, New York Times
6/29/16 American Airlines will offer Cuban travelers help with visas
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/29/16 What The U.S. Could Learn From Cuba About Ending Zika
Marc Frank, Huffington Post
6/28/16 Grand Circle Cruise Line Launches Small Ship Cuba Cruise
Cuba Journal
6/28/16 In 'Historic Moment,' Cuba Opens First U.S.-Operated Hotel
Reuters
6/28/16 Drought Prompts Debate on Cuba’s Irrigation Problems
Ivet González, Inter Press Service
6/28/16 After 39 days at sea, lighthouse Cubans have wet feet, judge rules
Alex Harris and David Goodhue, Miami Herald
6/27/16 America has a new envoy to Cuba: Shaquille O'Neal
Nahal Toosi, Politico
6/27/16 Cuba gives green light to MasteCard at Havana ATMs
EFE, Fox News Latino
6/27/16 Obama in Cuba: Three Months Later
Miriam Leiva, Huffington Post
6/25/16 American Airlines offers discounted inaugural fares to Cuba
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald
6/23/16 As Cubans rush through Texas, immigration policy questioned
Jen Fifield, In Cuba Today
6/23/16 Democratic sit-in postpones House vote on Cuba measures
Nora Gámez Torres, In Cuba Today
6/22/16 Crisis in Venezuela makes life hell for Cuban medical professionals
Mario J. Pentón, In Cuba Today
6/21/16 Cuban doctors stranded in Colombia seek alternatives to reach the U.S.
Abel Fernández, In Cuba Today
6/21/16 Russia to develop production facilities in Cuba
RT
6/20/16 Cuban coffee to be sold in the U.S.
Alan Gomez, USA Today
6/20/16 Current Record
6/20/16 A Rush of Americans, Seeking Gold in Cuban Soil
Kim Severson, New York Times
6/19/16 What Does American Tourism Mean for Cuba
Ron Claiborne and John Bentley, ABC
6/19/16 The Harsh Reality of Trying to do Business in Cuba
Ken Fireman, Newsweek
6/16/16 Texans Enlisting With Pro-Cuba Trade Group
Julián Aguilar, The Texas Tribune
6/16/16 Senate panel approves lifting Cuba travel ban
Melanie Zanona, The Hill
6/16/16 Cuban TV programming to be broadcast in U.S.
Alan Gomez, USA Today
6/15/16 Far From Silicon Valley, Cuba Cultivates Startup Scene
Leani García, Americas Quarterly
6/15/16 Cuba Hopes Detente Will Finally Break Curse on Investment
Michael Wessenstein, Associated Press
6/15/16 For Cubans sent back to the island, home comes with a hard landing
Jim Wyss, In Cuba Today
6/14/16 The U.S. Awards Airlines Routes to Cuba: The Big Prize Is Still Up for Grabs
Adam Levine-Weinberg, The Motley Fool
6/14/16 Bank issues first US credit card for use in Cuba
AP
6/13/16 US announces health collaboration with Cuba; will coordinate on diseases, R&D
Dan Mangan, CNBC
6/13/16 In rare move, Cuba buys U.S. soyoil as South American supplies tighten
Michael Hirtzer, Reuters
6/13/16 Cuba sees nickel output steady at 56,000 tonnes; low prices bite
Sarah Marsh, Reuters
6/12/16 Cuba Watch: Six Airlines To Soon Fly There From U.S.; New Survey Shows Surprising Trends
Lee Lane, Forbes
6/10/16 Are there political prisoners in Cuba?
AFP, Yahoo News
6/10/16 US fugitives say Cuba has reassured them they are safe
Michael Wessenstein, Associated Press
6/9/16 Growing Pains for Fathom Cruises to Cuba, Dominican Republic
Beth J. Harpaz, ABC News
6/9/16 Opening to Cuba is ‘irreversible,’ senior Obama aide says
Karen DeYoung, Washington Post
6/8/16 New Victory cruise line plans trips from Florida to Cuba
Arlene Satchell, Sun Sentinel
6/8/16 Speculation rises over possible swap of Cuba spy for American fugitive
Nora Gámez Torres, The Miami Herald
6/8/16 CSG Announces New Executive Director Files
Cuba Study Group
6/7/16 Panama Papers show Cuba used offshore firms to thwart embargo
Nora Gámez Torres, The Miami Herald
6/7/16 You Can’t Promote Freedom In Cuba By Denying It To Americans
Ricardo Herrero, The Huffington Post
6/6/16 Rich Nations Use Cuba Debt in Hopes of Prying Open Opportunities
6/6/16 US and Cuba in Talks to Bring Cop-Killer Back to America
6/6/16 Japan's Trading Houses Knocking on Cuba's Door Amid U.S. Opening
Stephen Stapczynski and Ichiro Suzuki, Bloomberg
6/6/16 S. Korea, Cuba Hold First Ministerial Talks
6/2/16 Study finds low brand awareness among Cubans — but they do know Adidas
Mimi Whitefield, Miami Herald