Spanish airlines, Iberia, is permanently halting flights to Havana starting on April 1st, 2013, as part of the carrier's restructuring policy.
Iberia said these flights were no longer profitable.
This will surely have a collateral effect on Spain's tourism investments with the Castro regime -- and to the demand for prostitution on the island.
The airline said it would rather focus on destinations like Mexico and Miami.
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