U.S. Approves New American Airlines, JetBlue Flights To Cuba

According to the Department of Transportation, the Biden administration will increase the number of U.S. flights to Havana by establishing 13 weekly American Airlines (AAL.O) departures from Miami and one weekly JetBlue (JBLU.O) departure from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

This is in addition to the six daily American Airlines flights and three JetBlue flights to Havana from airports in Florida.

According to USDOT, the flights must begin by mid-December. In June, the Department of Transportation had eased a number of restrictions on flights to Cuba, including prohibiting U.S. airlines from flying to smaller Cuban airports outside Havana.

American Airlines said the flights “will enhance service and access between the U.S.

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