Kevin Mase, an American Airlines chief pilot, draps a Cuban flag from an AA Boeing 737 on Dec. 16, 2015 -- the day the United States and Cuba said they had reached an agreement on restoring commercial air service between the two countries.
Kevin Mase, an American Airlines chief pilot, draps a Cuban flag from an AA Boeing 737 on Dec. 16, 2015 -- the day the United States and Cuba said they had reached an agreement on restoring commercial air service between the two countries. American Airlines TNS
Kevin Mase, an American Airlines chief pilot, draps a Cuban flag from an AA Boeing 737 on Dec. 16, 2015 -- the day the United States and Cuba said they had reached an agreement on restoring commercial air service between the two countries. American Airlines TNS

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