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Buying Cuban Cigars: Commercial Flights by 2016

By the end of the year, cigar lovers should be able to routinely book commercial flights between several cities in the U.S. and Cuba. The resumption of daily air travel between the two nations and the influx of U.S. money to the island after 50 years can be expected to increase pressure for total elimination of the United States’ trade embargo.

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Can I Bring Cuban Cigars Home To The U.S.?

Under President Obama’s trade normalization rules, Cuban cigars are no longer illegal in the U.S. if they are bought in Cuba and brought home for personal use. They still cannot be sold in the U.S. nor purchased over the Internet or while in a third country (like Canada or Mexico).

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