An American Airlines plane takes off from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. For $298, excluding taxes, passengers will be able to book a regularly scheduled trip to Cuba from Dallas/Forth Worth.
An American Airlines plane takes off from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. For $298, excluding taxes, passengers will be able to book a regularly scheduled trip to Cuba from Dallas/Forth Worth. Tony Gutierrez AP
An American Airlines plane takes off from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. For $298, excluding taxes, passengers will be able to book a regularly scheduled trip to Cuba from Dallas/Forth Worth. Tony Gutierrez AP

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