IATA does not foresee more US carriers pulling out of Cuba and says the airlines now serving are the “right players” for the market. When US-Cuba air service was restored in 2016, US airlines rushed into a market for which they had little accurate data and threw too much capacity into the market, IATA regional VP-the Americas Peter Cerda said during a media briefing in Geneva Dec. 5. “There were too many flights to secondary cities,” Cerda said. “Havana demand ...

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