U.S. air carriers have requested more than 300 regularly scheduled weekly flights from various U.S. cities to Havana’s Jose Marti International Airport. That’s far more than the slots that are up for grabs. It’s up to the Department of Transportation to sort out the requests.
U.S. air carriers have requested more than 300 regularly scheduled weekly flights from various U.S. cities to Havana’s Jose Marti International Airport. That’s far more than the slots that are up for grabs. It’s up to the Department of Transportation to sort out the requests. Desmond Boylan AP
U.S. air carriers have requested more than 300 regularly scheduled weekly flights from various U.S. cities to Havana’s Jose Marti International Airport. That’s far more than the slots that are up for grabs. It’s up to the Department of Transportation to sort out the requests. Desmond Boylan AP

Airlines battle to offer scheduled flights to Havana

March 03, 2016 8:25 PM

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