US Airlines Taking The Gloves Off For Available (And New) Routes To Cuba

Fort Worth, Texas-based American Airlines, Atlanta, Georgia-based Delta Air Lines, Long Island City, New York-based Jet Blue Airways, Dallas, Texas-based Southwest Airlines and Chicago, Illinois-based United Airlines are each seeking routes abandoned by Denver, Colorado-based Frontier Airlines and Fort Lauderdale, Florida-based Silver Airways, and Miramar, Florida-based Spirit Airlines; and Memphis, Tennessee-based Federal Express Airlines is seeking a daily cargo operation from Miami International Airport to Jose Marti International Airport (MIA-HAV):

Previously, Southwest Airlines discussed reducing and/or eliminating service from the United States to the Republic of Cuba.

Jet Blue Airways is seeking a new route, one that it first sought in 2016, from Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts, to Havana, Republic of Cuba:

If granted, the flight will have symbolism for the Trump Administration:

The Consolidated Replies by the airlines as submitted on 26 September 2017 to the United States Department of Transportation (Order by DOT):

American Airlines
Delta Air Lines
Federal Express Corporation
Jet Blue Airways
Southwest Airlines
United Airlines (joint with Mesa Airlines)