Delta plans to expand its service between Miami and Havana, Cuba, offering an additional daily nonstop flight between the cities.
Pending regulatory approval from the U.S. Department of Transportation, Delta would begin operating this additional frequency by December 15, 2017.Jose “Pepe” Zapata, Delta’s General Manager-Central America and the Caribbean.
Jose “Pepe” Zapata, Delta’s General Manager-Central America and the Caribbean, said:
“Delta has established a strong framework for sustainable success in the Cuban market.
“The proposed flight would provide additional service and competition for South Florida, which has the largest Cuban-American population in the United States.”
Delta returned to Cuba on December 1, 2016, after a 55-year hiatus with the launch of a nonstop daily flight to Havana from New York’s JFK International Airport, Miami International Airport and the airline’s hometown airport, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International.