The United States and Cuba have agreed to restore regular commercial flights, in a deal that could jumpstart economic relations between the two countries.
The agreement paves the way for thousands of visitors to the island on a daily basis.
The deal was announced today, exactly one year since President Barack Obama and President Raul Castro announced a historic detente.
It is not known when the first Cuba-bound flights will take off.
A report by BBC News says the pact – the most significant business development since the presidents’ announcement one year ago – allows US airlines to negotiate with the Cuban government over commercial flight routes and schedules.