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Cuba travel is still hot for Americans, new study says

Cuba travel is still hot for Americans, new study says

MIAMI — Despite some U.S. airlines’ decisions to scale back service to Cuba or abandon their Cuba routes, Americans’ interest in visiting the island is still strong and there’s plenty of potential for growth, according to a new travel study.
An analysis by The Boston Consulting Group released Wednesday estimates that even with current U.S. travel restrictions in place, as many as 2 million U.S. travelers could visit the island annually by 2025.
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