Eight U.S. airlines will be awarded 20 direct daily flights between U.S. cities and Havana, with service to begin this fall, the Transportation Department announced Thursday.
The airlines, whose selections won’t be finalized until the end of this month, will fly primarily from Florida — including six daily flights from Miami — although six other cities around the country are also included. A bid by United Airlines to operate direct flights from Washington was not approve...
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