American Airlines is now permitted by the U.S. authorities to restart service to five cities outside of Havana.
Texas’s FORT WORTH (AP) — American Airlines’ bid to restore flights to five Cuban cities that were halted in 2019 when the Trump administration drastically reduced air travel between the two countries was granted U.S. approval on Wednesday.
Americans will be able to resume flights from Miami to Santa Clara, Varadero, Holguin, Camaguey, and Santiago de Cuba as a result of the Transportation Department’s ruling.
American announced that it will begin operating two daily flights to Santa Clara and one daily trip to each of the other airports in early November.
Currently, America has six daily flights between Miami and Havana. Southwest and JetBlue both offer flights to Havana.
Flights between the United States and places in Cuba other than Havana have been banned by the Trump administration, which wants to deprive the Cuban government of money. Two months ago, the Biden administration indicated it would change course and remove restrictions on American visitors to the island.
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