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In Pan American Airways, Inc. From then on, its daily flights departed from over there at am and returned at pm. Twelve years later, in , Pan American Airlines, which had inaugurated its operations in , got to have a service of 28 daily flights to Cuba at a cost of some 45 dollars for the round-trip ticket.
Foto: Yaniel Tolentino. Meanwhile, the ferries had continued their development.
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In a super attractive move would be implemented: the automobile ferry service, that is, the SS City of Havana, built in for war purposes, just like it had occurred with the Model 75 hydroplanes of the s. The novelty consisted in transporting passengers with their cars from Key West to Havana at a cost of 23 dollars per person and 76 per vehicle; the ferry arrived three times a week and had capacity for persons and cars.
In , around , U. Already by the late s different excursions organized in the United States transported to Cuba — and especially to the capital — thousands of tourists.