[UPDATED] Cuba and the US have reached a bilateral arrangement to establish scheduled air services between the two countries, the US State Department said Thursday. American Airlines, United Airlines and JetBlue Airways were among the first US carriers to say they will seek approval to begin scheduled services as soon as possible. The agreement, reached late Dec. 16, means that charter operations can continue between the US and Cuba and scheduled services can begin, although no ...

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