Ready to travel? An eventful week in Cuba will cost Americans $1,500 per person,
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In a few weeks, the gov't is expected to approve up to 20 flights a day to Havana
and 10 daily for 9 other Cuban cities with int'l airports.
Taking a few days off to jet to Paris is more feasible now. Low-cost airlines offer attractive base fares with amenities paid A la carte.