Island Travel & Tours Celebrates U.S. Secretary of State’s Visit to Cuba with a Dedicated Flight from BWI to Havana on August 12th
Baltimore, August 6 (RHC)-- Island Travel & Tours, Ltd. will be conducting a Special Dedicated Flight on August 12, from BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport to Havana, Cuba to celebrate Secretary of State John Kerry’s officiating the raising of the U.S. flag and opening of the U.S. Embassy in Havana on August 14th.
This flight will utilize a Boeing 737-300 operated by Swift Air and will be populated by dignitaries, Government officials, members of the international press corps and there will be a limited number of seats available to private individuals.
“The restoration of diplomatic relations between the two countries and the reopening of the American Embassy after a 54 year hiatus marks an exciting and historic event that our company is proud to support,” said Bill Hauf, President of Island Travel & Tours.
“The participation by Secretary of State John Kerry, the highest ranking U.S. official to travel to Cuba in nearly 50 years, and his officiating at the raising of the American flag in Havana, show the importance the United States places on the restored relations between the two countries,” said Hauf.
“This non-stop flight from BWI to Havana will make it easier for all Americans and residents living in the region to travel to Cuba and to see, hear and be part of this historical event and to bring home the memory of a once in a lifetime experience.”
Island Travel & Tours Ltd, President, William J. Hauf, congratulated Jeffrey DeLaurentis upon opening of the U.S. Embassy in Cuba on July 20th, after a 54 year hiatus, and his appointment as the “Senior Most Official” at the Embassy.
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