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Published on : Saturday, November 19, 2016
With service to Holguín, JetBlue now operate 42 nonstop flights each week between the two countries and more coming in late November with the launch of Havana.
Holguín becomes the third city served in Cuba from the airline’s south Florida focus city.
Robin Hayes, president and CEO, JetBlue said, “Each time we launch a new Cuba destination we expand affordable, customer-friendly air service further between the U.S. and Cuba.”
“These historic flight launches are great news for those traveling between our two countries.”
Holguín is the fourth largest city on the island and is located more than 400 miles from Havana. The city center features colonial buildings, plazas and several notable museums. The broader Holguín province is made up of national parks, mountains, nature reserves, beaches and scenic cays.
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