The US has divided the first available tranche of daily flights to Havana, Cuba, among eight US carriers, including all four majors as well as four smaller, low-cost carriers (LCCs). The US Department of Transportation (DOT) announced its Havana tentative allocations Thursday, July 7, granting rights to major carriers American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Southwest and United Airlines as well as independents and LCCs Alaska Airlines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways and Spirit ...

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