Success in Cuba is a “middle- to long-term” prospect for airlines, particularly for US carriers that launched service to Cuba after the market was reopened to US commercial flights last year, according to IATA regional VP-Americas Peter Cerda. Nine US airlines launched flights to Cuba last year and early this year, but three—Frontier Airlines, Silver Airways and Spirit Airlines—have already dropped service to the island nation, citing difficult market conditions. ...

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