Airlines Struggle To Match Cuba Capacity With Demand

Credit: Southwest Airlines
Emilio Salazar, who captained Southwest Airlines’ very first flight on June 18, 1971, was a refugee who fled Fidel Castro’s Cuba shortly after the revolution. Salazar died in 2004, but on Dec. 12 his daughter Loretta Pettavino, son Edward Salazar and daughter-in-law Debbie Salazar were on Southwest...

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