Saturday 18 September 2021

Regular US-Cuba Flights To Begin Nov. 28

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“American has a rich history in the Cuban market and we are excited to continue to be the leader in providing air service between the United States and Cuba, says airlines on its website.
“American has a rich history in the Cuban market and we are excited to continue to be the leader in providing air service between the United States and Cuba, says airlines on its website.

TODAY CUBA NEWS – American Airlines said it will begin regular flights from the United States to Havana next Monday, said sources officially today.

Sources from the Cuban Civil Aeronautics said that the first 160-seat flight will arrive from Miami on November 28th, followed by a Jet Blue airline flight from New York, the same day.

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There will be also flights from United Airlines the day after, also from New York, and on December 1st, from Delta, Spirits and Frontier from Atlanta, Los Angeles and Miami, respectively.

The regular flights, interrupted for more than 50 years, are consistent with the Memorandum of Understanding signed on last February, and implemented since August 31st, between Cuba and the United States to reestablish regular flights.

The statements were given by Alfredo Cordero, president of the Institute of Civil Aeronautics of Cuba (IACC), and Juan Carlos Quintana, general director of the International Airport Jose Marti.

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