Carriers Make Cases For Havana Frequencies

In hundreds of pages of documents filed to the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT), U.S. carriers interested in operating to Cuba laid out their arguments for why they should win the scarce frequencies to Havana. By the terms of the landmark U.S.-Cuba bilateral air services agreement signed last...

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