Miami and Fort Lauderdale are two of 10 cities — including four in the state of Florida — that tentatively won government approval to schedule commercial air service between the United States and Havana, Cuba, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced Thursday.
The other eight cities approved for a combined 20 daily non-stop flights are Atlanta, Charlotte, Houston, Los Angeles, Newark, New York City, Orlando and Tampa.
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