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Airlines start rolling out Havana schedules, fares

One Caribbean capital is about to experience what could be the biggest influx of new airline service from the U.S. of all times. In early July, the Transportation Department approved routes to Havana, Cuba for several U.S. airlines. Those route awards were finalized in late August, and airlines have started to announce their inaugural service […] The post Airlines start rolling out Havana schedules, fares appeared first on TravelSkills.
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