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U.S. AIRLINES CHOSEN FOR SCHEDULED FLIGHTS TO CUBA

Silver Airways | June 10, 2016

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Six U.S. airlines were approved to begin the first scheduled flights to Cuba in more than 50 years, the Transportation Department announced Friday. The airlines were approved to fly from five U.S. cities to nine Cuban cities other than Havana. But the department is still considering which airlines will get a combined 20 daily flights to the capital out of nearly 60 proposed flights, which will be announced later this summer. The carriers approved Friday are American Airlines, Frontier Airlines, ...

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THE U.S. AWARDS AIRLINES ROUTES TO CUBA: THE BIG PRIZE IS STILL UP FOR GRABS

Silver Airways | June 14, 2016

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The new U.S.-Cuba aviation treaty allows U.S.-based airlines to operate up to 110 daily flights to Cuba: 20 to Havana and 10 each to nine other international airports in the island nation.Havana is Cuba's political, cultural, and economic hub -- and its largest city by far -- so airlines are extremely eager to fly there. When the U.S. government began the application process for allocating routes to Cuba, airlines requested nearly three times as many flights to Havana as the 20 daily frequen...

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BRITISH AIRWAYS TO END FREE FOOD IN COACH ON SHORT FLIGHTS

Silver Airways | September 30, 2016

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At a time when big U.S. airlines are restoring free snacks in economy, European giant British Airways is headed in the other direction. Starting in 2017, the carrier will no longer offer free food and snacks to coach-class fliers on short-haul flights. Instead, British Airways will sell food offerings from U.K. retailer Marks & Spencer. The switch to the a la carte menu will come Jan. 11 on short-haul and domestic flights at London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports. The effort will expan...

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SILVER AIRWAYS WINS HISTORIC APPROVAL FOR FLIGHTS TO CUBA, INCLUDING SERVICE FROM SOUTH FLORIDA TO ALL NINE CUBAN DESTINATIONS

Azul Brazilian Airlines | June 10, 2016

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Silver will announce complete details on the new routes shortly. In the meantime, visit Silver Airways’ English and Spanish pages for details and to book travel to Cuba starting October 20 (subject to final Cuban government approval). “This is truly a historic moment and a major win for the large Cuban American population interested in visiting the many destinations in Cuba beyond Havana,” said Silver Airways President and CEO Sami Teittinen. “This substantial award of ro...

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U.S. AIRLINES CHOSEN FOR SCHEDULED FLIGHTS TO CUBA

Silver Airways | June 10, 2016

Six U.S. airlines were approved to begin the first scheduled flights to Cuba in more than 50 years, the Transportation Department announced Friday. The airlines were approved to fly from five U.S. cities to nine Cuban cities other than Havana. But the department is still considering which airlines will get a combined 20 daily flights to the capital out of nearly 60 proposed flights, which will be announced later this summer. The carriers approved Friday are American Airlines, Frontier Airlines, ...

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THE U.S. AWARDS AIRLINES ROUTES TO CUBA: THE BIG PRIZE IS STILL UP FOR GRABS

Silver Airways | June 14, 2016

The new U.S.-Cuba aviation treaty allows U.S.-based airlines to operate up to 110 daily flights to Cuba: 20 to Havana and 10 each to nine other international airports in the island nation.Havana is Cuba's political, cultural, and economic hub -- and its largest city by far -- so airlines are extremely eager to fly there. When the U.S. government began the application process for allocating routes to Cuba, airlines requested nearly three times as many flights to Havana as the 20 daily frequen...

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BRITISH AIRWAYS TO END FREE FOOD IN COACH ON SHORT FLIGHTS

Silver Airways | September 30, 2016

At a time when big U.S. airlines are restoring free snacks in economy, European giant British Airways is headed in the other direction. Starting in 2017, the carrier will no longer offer free food and snacks to coach-class fliers on short-haul flights. Instead, British Airways will sell food offerings from U.K. retailer Marks & Spencer. The switch to the a la carte menu will come Jan. 11 on short-haul and domestic flights at London’s Heathrow and Gatwick airports. The effort will expan...

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SILVER AIRWAYS WINS HISTORIC APPROVAL FOR FLIGHTS TO CUBA, INCLUDING SERVICE FROM SOUTH FLORIDA TO ALL NINE CUBAN DESTINATIONS

Azul Brazilian Airlines | June 10, 2016

Silver will announce complete details on the new routes shortly. In the meantime, visit Silver Airways’ English and Spanish pages for details and to book travel to Cuba starting October 20 (subject to final Cuban government approval). “This is truly a historic moment and a major win for the large Cuban American population interested in visiting the many destinations in Cuba beyond Havana,” said Silver Airways President and CEO Sami Teittinen. “This substantial award of ro...

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