Delta Air Lines and JetBlue Airways are seeking to increase flights to Havana while other US carriers withdraw from Cuba as the US airline industry continues trying to figure out how to best serve the newly reopened US-Cuba market. Atlanta-based Delta wants to double its Miami-Havana flights while New York-based JetBlue is seeking to go from 13X- to 19X-weekly Fort Lauderdale, Florida-Havana flights and add a Saturday Boston-Havana service. Delta and JetBlue were two of nine US airlines ...

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