Southwest Airlines is ceasing operations to two Cuban cities that it launched just seven months, saying there is “not a clear path to sustainability” in the market. The decision comes after the US Trump administration earlier in June reinstated broad prohibitions on US citizens traveling to Cuba as tourists. The last roundtrip Southwest flights between Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to the Cuban cities of Santa Clara and Varadero will occur Sept. 4, the Dallas-based airline said June ...

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