The Obama administration is looking into a deal to allow commercial flights between the United States and Cuba, and that means U.S. airlines are looking into offering more regular flights to the once-embargoed island country. The agreement, which an official from the White House said, would expand the travel options between the two countries without requiring Congress to lift the 50-year-old restrictions. American Airlines said it would start to offer flights between Los Angeles and Havana in co-operation with Cuba Travel Services. If the U.S. and Cuba civil aviation agreement is entered into, American Airlines could operate regular flights to the country without using a charter company like Cuba Travel Services.
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