Denver-based Frontier Airlines will begin 1X-daily Miami-Havana service on Dec. 1, the ultra low-cost carrier announced Sept. 7. Frontier 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. Before the flights can commence, however, the Cuban government must grant approval of the new routes.  Scheduled passenger service between the US and nine Cuban cities other than ...

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