Now that Cuba is open, Americans aren’t going
Apparently. Service to the long-time U.S. foe began in September, but after just five months the largest carrier to the island, American Airlines, cut daily flights by 25 percent and switched to smaller jets on some routes. Meanwhile, Silver Airways reduced weekly flights to six Cuban cities and JetBlue Airways downsized its planes so as to match lower-than-expected demand.
By Justin Bachman