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Published on : Monday, July 18, 2016
The fall of 2016 will see Delta’s historic return to Havana, Cuba from New York-JFK, Atlanta and Miami. This has been announced by the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT). The airline will start its nonstop service to the Caribbean Islands for the first time in almost 55 years.
Nicolas Ferri, Delta’s Vice President – Latin America and the Caribbean said that,this has been a long-awaited moment to celebrate Delta’s historic return to Cuba, and they thank Secretary Foxx, his team and the other U.S. officials for granting them the authority to provide Havana service from Atlanta, Miami and New York.
Delta Airlines will look forward to providing the market with excellent customer and operational performance that will reunite families and support a new generation of travelers seeking to engage and explore this truly unique destination.
Ferri also added that, the effort of the cross-divisional teams at Delta, who are working diligently to address the unique logistical challenges to re-establishing daily scheduled Havana service.
All routes are subject to Cuban regulatory approval. Delta will begin selling seats to Havana this summer.