New York-based JetBlue Airways began 4X-weekly service from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to a third Cuban city, Holguin, located in eastern Cuba 400 miles from Havana, on Nov. 10. “We commend the work of both US and Cuban officials for making today possible,” JetBlue president and CEO Robin Hayes said. “We also commend the Cuban Ministry of Transportation, IACC, and the Holguín Airport for entrusting us to operate this route and look forward to our long-term ...

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