Icelandair Wants To Fly Between Orlando & Havana

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September 14. Icelandair has filed with the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) requesting the right to operate a total of 13 roundtrip flights between Orlando, Florida, and Havana, Cuba. Specifically, the airline wants to operate once weekly service on Tuesdays for 13 successive weeks, between October 5 and December 28, 2021.

These would be operated as charter flights on behalf of Anmart Superior Travel (Anmart Air). It would appear that these would be charter flights that would have passengers onboard, rather than cargo flights.

Icelandair has requested permission with the DOT to operate 13 roundtrip flights between Orlando and Havana this winter. This would be a charter service operated on behalf of charter operator. Since Icelandair’s plane has to sit on the ground anyway (due to how the airline schedules flights), I guess the carrier figures it might as well generate some extra revenue.

We’ll see if this gets approved. I have to imagine the charter passengers would be mighty confused when they see an Icelandair plane at the gate for their flight between Florida and Cuba.

Source: One Mile at a Time

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