Another U.S. airport approved for flights to Cuba

Because nothing says freedom and exemplifies the American spirit of liberty better than more clueless American tourists visiting the Castro dictatorship’s Potemkin Village in Cuba and pumping millions of dollars into the coffers of the tyrannical Cuban regime:

Charter flights between O’Hare, Cuba begin

C&T Charters Inc. is offering service between Havana, Cuba and Chicago O’Hare International Airport.

The Chicago Department of Aviation said one daily arrival and one departure to Havana will be available every Friday, with plans to add Monday service in January.

O’Hare was one of several airports authorized by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in March 2011 to host charter flights to Cuba. Previously, flights between Cuba and the United States had been restricted to Miami, New York and Los Angeles airports.

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