DOT allocates new US-Havana frequencies, Houston gains daily flights

Credit: United Airlines
The US Department of Transportation (DOT) issued tentative allocations for re-assigned US-Havana, Cuba frequencies March 30 to five carriers, including a major boost for United Airlines’ service from Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH), with frequencies jumping from once a week to...
Mark Nensel

Mark Nensel is the Managing Editor of Aviation Daily. Prior to taking the helm of daily production of Aviation Week's commercial aviation newsletter…

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