Several US carriers have filed a flurry of documents with the Department of Transportation (DOT), vying for newly available frequencies to Havana, Cuba. The frequencies became available late in 2017 when Alaska Airlines, Fort Lauderdale-based ultra LCC Spirit Airlines and Denver-based ULCC Frontier Airlines withdrew from the Cuban market, freeing up four daily frequencies to Havana. The 2016 US-Cuba bilateral air services agreement provides up to 20 frequencies ...

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