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US government forces a European airline to stop flying to Cuba

Located in The Break Room started by GILSAN, May 24, 2009.

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  1. GILSAN

    GILSAN Top Member VIP ★★★★★★★★★★

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    The CEO of the Spanish airline “Hola Airlines“, announced that Hola Airlines (Baleares Link Express SL) has been obliged by the US government to stop its operations in Cuba.

    The US Government threatened Hola Airlines via Boeing to end the service of maintenance of the Boeing aircraft belonging to the carrier. As its fleet is entirely composed of Boeing aircrafts, Hola Airlines has been forced to give up its operation in the Carribean Island overnight.

    US government forces a European airline to stop flying to Cuba | Blog on travel: Decrypting the Online Travel Industry & Travel 2.0

    Doesn't make much sense. Pretty soon they'll probably sell all their Boeings and buy Airbuses. Sort of like shooting yourself on your foot.
     
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  2. .Andy

    .Andy Established Member

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    Not really. I'm sure theres a purpose but they BETTER give those that flew there return fligts FREE.
     

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