An exception is made for one Cuban airport.
The US Department of Transportation has suspended air travel between international airports in the United States and Cuba. An exception is made for the Jose Marti Airport in Havana.
As stated in the statement of the Ministry, this step is made to “prevent the Cuban regime from receiving benefits from the use of air travel”: “the ruling Cuban regime uses them to Finance the ongoing repression of the Cuban people and support Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela.”
American airlines have been given 45 days to stop flights. It is indicated that now flights are made to nine Cuban airports.