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Fri, 8 July 2016

American Airlines to Resume Scheduled Flights to Havana, Cuba

The U.S. Department of Transportation has tentatively awarded American Airlines the authority to operate five daily flights to José Martí International Airport (HAV) in Havana – four from Miami International Airport (MIA) and one from Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT).

American’s Havana flights will go on sale later this month after the DOT issues its final decision, with service expected to begin in November.

 The MIA-HAV flights will be operated with Boeing 737-800 aircraft and the CLT-HAV flight will be operated with an Airbus A319 aircraft.

With the addition of Havana, American will operate a total of 13 daily flights to six destinations in Cuba.

American will inaugurate scheduled service to five other Cuban cities in September, with the first flights departing Miami for Cienfuegos and Holguin on 7 September. Scheduled service from Miami to Camaguey and Santa Clara will begin on 9 September, and from Miami to Varadero on 11 September. 

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