U.S. Carriers Face Cuban Overcapacity
CANCUN, Mexico—Success in Cuba is a “middle- to long-term” prospect for airlines, particularly for U.S. carriers that launched service to Cuba after the market was reopened to U.S. commercial flights in 2016, according to Peter Cerda, IATA’s regional vice president for the Americas. Nine U.S...
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