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  • asombra: There’s a misspelling on that plaque. It should have read “Esta es tu caca, Fidel.”

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News flash: Neocolonialist gratification not to be delayed after all.

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It looks as if the bloodsucking merchants and tourists from Spain who enjoy themselves in Castrolandia won't have to change planes in London after all.

Though Iberia airlines just  announced the cancellation of all of their direct flights from Madrid to Havana, some capitalist hustlers at Air Europa are taking advantage of the situation by increasing the number of their flights on that same route.

So it goes.  Ironically, it is free market competition that gives a boost to the economy of the Caribbean slave plantation.   The pace of exploitation in the Cuban colony will not have to slow down.   And the scumbag neocolonialists will have a chance to savor all of their ice cream without any inconvenience or delay.

Ahhhhh, chocoooolate, mami, chocooolate fresco pa' todos!  Fresquiiiito!   Mmmmmmmmm....  A embarrrrrarse, apuraos !!!!

From Latino News Daily

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Spain’s Air Europa Expands Service to Havana, Cuba

Spanish airline Air Europa said Thursday it will add three new weekly round-trip flights between Madrid and Havana starting April 1.

The announcement comes two weeks after another Spanish airline, Iberia, said it would end its long-haul service to Santo Domingo and the Cuban capital beginning that same date as part of a restructuring plan aimed at eliminating the most loss-making routes.

Air Europa currently operates one flight daily between the Madrid-Barajas airport and Havana’s Jose Marti International Airport. Beginning April 1, the airline will expand that service by operating an additional round-trip flight on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

The route will be operated using an Airbus 330-200 with seating for 299 passengers, 24 of them in business class.

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