Alaska Airlines’ decision to drop its daily Los Angeles-Havana flight has prompted the Department of Transportation (DOT) to start a frequency allocation proceeding for flights to Cuba’s capital from the US. Alaska Airlines last week cited low demand for dropping the flight and said it would reallocate the aircraft to markets with higher demand. The carrier launched the flights in January 2017 and plans to end them in January 2018. Alaska Airlines will rebook passengers to other ...

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