GENEVA—The IATA does not foresee more U.S. carriers pulling out of Cuba, and says the airlines currently serving are the “right players” for the market. When U.S.-Cuba air service was restored in 2016, airlines rushed into a market for which they had little accurate data and threw too much capacity into the market, Peter Cerda, IATA regional vice president for the Americas, said at the association’s media day here. “There were too many flights to secondary ...


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