Approvals for regular scheduled flights and routes to Cuba were separated by city. The first batch to receive approval were the non-Havana flights, the first of which was last month’s JetBlue flight from Ft. Lauderdale to Santa Clara.

Fares to Havana range from $59 to several hundred dollars.

For scheduled flights to and from each of the nine non-Havana international airports in Cuba, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has allocated up to 10 daily round-trip frequencies at each airport, for a total of 90 daily flights. Including Havana, the total number of daily flights between the U.S. and Cuba can be 110.

Here are the non-Havana airlines and routes.Schedule of Approved Flight Routes to Cuba

Here Are All the First Nonstop Flights to Havana from the U.S. was last modified: October 21st, 2016 by Cuba Journal


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