According to official statistics, 27.1% of all Cubans — or 3.05 million people — had access to the Internet in 2014. Considering the access growth rate over the past few years, by mid-2016, roughly every third Cuban should be connected to the web.
If the number of U.S. visitors to Havana booms as expected, Cuban authorities will have to find a solution to relieve the bottleneck at Terminal 2 of José Martí International Airport. With neither cash nor time for a major upgrade, the top option would be to divert part of the U.S. flights to other, already crowded, terminals. But there's another alternative, at least temporarily.