Eight US airlines have been granted permission by the US Department of Transportation (DOT) to begin scheduled flights between the US and Havana, Cuba, this autumn. DOT’s decision requires that carriers begin services within 90 days of the final order’s issue date. The Aug. 31 announcement comes nearly two months after six US airlines were granted permission to fly to nine Cuban cities other than Havana, and six months after the US and the Cuban government signed an ...

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