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JetBlue becomes third airline to request Havana frequency

JetBlue Airways has become the third carrier seeking a weekly frequency for Havana service that Delta Air Lines is giving up later this year.

The New York-based carrier has called on the US Department of Transportation to conduct a frequency allocation proceeding to decide which airline gets the right to add a weekly flight to Havana.

JetBlue is proposing an additional weekly flight between Fort Lauderdale and Havana. American Airlines had previously filed for a flight between Miami and Havana, and Southwest is requesting to use the frequency for a flight between Tampa and Havana.

Delta currently uses the frequency for Saturday service between Havana and New York John F Kennedy, but plans to end service on the route on 1 September.

JetBlue proposes to begin its additional flight on 10 November with Airbus A320 aircraft.

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