JetBlue Airways will submit an application to begin scheduled service to Cuba by March 1 and hopes to begin flights by the end of next year, JetBlue SVP-government affairs Robert Land said. Havana is among the approximately six Cuban destinations that the New York-based carrier plans to serve with scheduled flights. Land declined to name the other cities. JetBlue’s four years of charter service to the Caribbean island have positioned it well to begin scheduled flights, Land said ...

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