Spirit becomes third U.S. airline to call it quits in Cuba

The number of U.S. airlines flying to Cuba keeps thinning out. Spirit Airlines has become the latest to throw in the towel on regular passenger service to country. It’s now the third U.S. carrier to do so after similar announcements earlier this year from Frontier and Silver Airways. Spirit’s Havana-Fort Lauderdale flights will end May 31, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel. Other airlines, including American and JetBlue, also have reduced capacity to Cuba, though they have not dropped any routes there. USA Today

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