DOT Opens Havana Frequency Allocation Proceeding

Credit: Delta Air Lines
Alaska Airlines’ decision to drop its daily Los Angeles-Havana flight has prompted the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) to start a frequency allocation proceeding for flights to Cuba’s capital from the U.S. Alaska Airlines last week cited low demand for dropping the flight and said it would...

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