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Southwest Airlines cutting service to two Cuban cities

Southwest Airlines cutting service to two Cuban cities

DALLAS — Southwest Airlines, pulling back on its service to Cuba, plans to end flights to two cities on the island in September after determining the routes aren’t sustainable, the company said Wednesday.
Dallas-based Southwest will operate its last flights to Varadero and Santa Clara on Sept. 4. It will continue its service from Fort Lauderdale and Tampa, Fla., to the island nation’s capital, Havana.
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