Alaska Airlines will launch 1X-daily service to Los Angeles-Havana service on Jan. 5, 2017, the Seattle-based carrier announced Sept. 27. It will be the only nonstop Boeing 737-900 flight to Cuba from the US west coast. Alaska Airlines is one of eight US airlines granted permission by the US Department of Transportation (DOT) Aug. 31 to begin scheduled flights between the US and Havana, Cuba. Of the eight airlines, in addition to Alaska’s announcement, four have ...

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