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Passengers wait in line to check in for United Flight 1502 for the first direct passenger flight from Newark Liberty International Airport to Havana, Cuba, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016, in Newark, N.J. Commercial flights between the United States and Cuba resumed several months ago as relations between the two countries …

Airlines Forced to Cut Trips to Cuba Because Americans Don’t Want to Go

President Barack Obama’s concessions to Cuba opened the way for U.S. airlines to do business with the communist dictatorship. After announcing frequent flights to the island over a year ago, however, many major airlines have found the demand they expected from U.S. tourists simply is not there.

Cubana airlines (Ronaldo Schemidt / AFP / Getty)

LAX Charter Flights to Cuba Take Off

On Saturday, the first flights from the West Coast to Havana, Cuba, were initiated, although must tourists are still banned from visiting Cuba.

Porter Ranch (David McNew / Getty)

No-Fly Zone over Part of L.A.–for 3 Months

On Thursday, the FAA temporarily banned flights below 2000 feet over the northwest San Fernando Valley. The no-fly zone was imposed because of a fear that flights could ignite a gas leak initially discovered in October over Porter Ranch.

UFO (Dan Dobi / Twitter)

Missile over SoCal; Military Diverts Flights to LAX

The U.S. Navy fired a test missile over Southern California on Saturday night, startling millions of residents for hundreds of miles, as a military exercise also diverted the path of flights to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).