JetBlue, first flight La Habana-Boston Cuba JetBlue Airways 

JetBlue inaugurated new route between United States and Cuba

The US airline started flights between Boston and Havana, expanding its connection to the Caribbean country. JetBlue, a low-cost airline based at the New York-John Kennedy airport, inaugurated a new air route between the United States and Cuba. It is the flight that connects the Logan International Airport (BOS), of Boston, with the José Martí International Airport (HAV), of Havana. The flights will be operated on Saturdays and mark a new milestone in the air connection between both countries, being the first direct service between the Caribbean island and the New…

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Fly Jamaica Georgetown Fly Jamaica Airways Guyana 

Fly Jamaica flight must return to the airport and suffers runway excursion

The plane took off from Georgetown, but it must have returned due to hydraulic problems. There are 6 injured. A Boeing 757 aircraft, belonging to Fly Jamaica Airways, suffered a series of unfortunate events during this last morning. The aircraft took off from the Cheddi Jagan International Airport (GEO) in Georgetown, Guyana, at 02:00 a.m. local time, operating flight OJ256 bound for Toronto-Pearson International Airport (YYZ) of Canada. The plane, with 120 passengers and 8 crew members on board, suffered a hydraulic problem and the pilots decided to return to the…

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Airplane of Sky Lease Cargo, excursion runway in Halifax Canada Cargo Aircraft 

Cargo plane suffers runway excursion in Canada

The incident happened when the aircraft landed in Halifax. Its four occupants were not injured. A Boeing 747-412F plane and registration N908AR, belonging to the airline Sky Lease Cargo, suffered a runway excursion after landing at the Halifax-Stanfield International Airport (YHZ), in eastern Canada. The aircraft took off from Chicago O’Hare Airport (ORD) at 01:02 local time and was ready to land on runway 14 in Halifax at 05:05 local time. For reasons that are unknown, there was a runway excursion that took the Boeing 200 meters beyond the end…

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Accident in Cuba Airlines Cuba 

Cuba plane crash: 110 killed

The aircraft of Global Air crashed today at noon after taking off from Havana. A Boeing 737-200 plane with registration XA-UHZ crashed at noon today, May 18, in the vicinity of Havana, Cuba, leaving 110 dead. The aircraft belonging to the Mexican company Aerolíneas Damojh S.A. of C.V. (Global Air), was providing service to Cubana de Aviación, through a leasing system with crew. For reasons being investigated, the Boeing crashed at 12:08 local time, after taking off from the José Martí International Airport (HAV) of Havana, operating flight CU-972, bound to…

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