Its Spanish-inspired architecture on full display in Old Havana. (Maureen Jenkins/Chicago Tribune/TNS)
Photo: Maureen Jenkins/TNS
Photo: Maureen Jenkins/TNS

Delta to end New York-Havana flights

Delta Air Lines will discontinue flights from New York to Havana, Cuba effective Sept. 1.

The Atlanta-based airline in December 2016 launched fights to Havana from Atlanta, Miami and New York.

In February 2018, Delta drew down the New York-Havana route to once a week from daily. Meanwhile, it plans to add a second daily flight from Miami to Havana.

VIDEO: Previous Delta-to-Cuba coverage

The AJC flew along as Delta resumed scheduled airline flights to Cuba on Dec. 1, a key milestone in the U.S. opening to Cuba. The launch of the Atlanta-Havana route will open up the market for local travel to Cuba. BOB ANDRES /BANDRES@AJC.COM

The Atlanta-Havana route remains unchanged, according to Delta spokesman Anthony Black.

“Delta’s Atlanta to Havana flight continues to meet expectations, and we have no plans to adjust the service at this time,” Black said in a written statement.

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