JetBlue announced Thursday it would be the first U.S. airline to fly to Cuba — so far. The low-cost carrier has planned an Aug. 31 flight to Santa Clara, followed by Silver Airways with a Sept.1 Santa Clara flight and American Airlines with a Sept. 7 Cienfuegos flight. In this May 2014, file photo, a JetBlue Airways Airbus A320-232 takes off from the Tampa International Airport in Tampa.
JetBlue announced Thursday it would be the first U.S. airline to fly to Cuba — so far. The low-cost carrier has planned an Aug. 31 flight to Santa Clara, followed by Silver Airways with a Sept.1 Santa Clara flight and American Airlines with a Sept. 7 Cienfuegos flight. In this May 2014, file photo, a JetBlue Airways Airbus A320-232 takes off from the Tampa International Airport in Tampa. Chris O'Meara AP
JetBlue announced Thursday it would be the first U.S. airline to fly to Cuba — so far. The low-cost carrier has planned an Aug. 31 flight to Santa Clara, followed by Silver Airways with a Sept.1 Santa Clara flight and American Airlines with a Sept. 7 Cienfuegos flight. In this May 2014, file photo, a JetBlue Airways Airbus A320-232 takes off from the Tampa International Airport in Tampa. Chris O'Meara AP

JetBlue will be the first commercial airline to fly to Cuba — so far

July 28, 2016 9:00 AM

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