President Barack Obama's historic trip to Cuba officially began Monday as President Raúl Castro greeted him with a military honor guard and the playing of the U.S. and Cuban national anthems at the Revolutionary Palace here.
On Tuesday, the Treasury Department was to invite U.S. airlines to submit applications to be allocated the new flights. American Airlines, Delta, United Airlines and JetBlue have previously expressed an interest in running regular flights to Cuba.
In the 12-months since Cuba and the U.S. announced they would begin normalizing long-broken relations, here's what has changed and what hasn't.
Are you a Sprint customer traveling to Cuba? You'll soon be able to keep your cell phone on.