JetBlue to launch flights from USA to Cuba next month
Author: Zachary Reyes Oct 22, 2016,
Oct 22, 2016, 20:03
October 21-JetBlue Airways' new, nonstop commercial routes from three USA cities to Havana, Cuba, are inching closer to takeoff. A second flight, starting December 1, would operate daily except Saturdays.
JetBlue Airlines has announced it will start daily non-stop flights to Havana from Orlando International Airport on November 29. The first batch to receive approval were the non-Havana flights, the first of which was last month's JetBlue flight from Ft.
"JetBlue continues to make Cuba more affordable for those who meet government travel requirements", a JetBlue spokesperson said in a release.
First nonstop flights and frequencies to Havana.
"It's remarkable that a startup airline less than 17 years old will mark Havana as its 100th destination", added Hayes.
Direct, nonstop flights to Havana from various USA cities will being in November. The other airlines included Southwest, Silver, Spirit, Delta, America, Frontier, Alaska, United and Sun Country.
Approvals for regular scheduled flights and routes to Cuba were separated by city.
It has been 50 years since commercial airlines have made regular flights to Havana. The airline will offer daily roundtrip flights from three airports, with prices starting as low as $54 one-way.