Tampa, FL - Before Fidel Castro came into power in Cuba, flights between Tampa and Cuba were pretty common. Both the U.S. and Cuba were on good terms and Havana was a premiere destination. But that would only last until the 1960's when the U.S. issued a travel ban to Cuba. Not until 2011 did the Obama Administration loosen some restrictions and allow for flights to resume.
Now, according to the Tampa Bay Tribune, Havana's diplomatic mission in Washington, D.C. announced on November 26th that the bank it deals with is getting out of the foreign delegations business, forcing Cuba to suspend services.
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