“It is not in the best interest of Silver and its team members to behave in the same irrational manner as other airlines,” said spokeswoman Misty Pinson.
“However, Silver will continue to monitor Cuba routes and will consider resuming service in the future if the commercial environment changes.”
Silver operated flights on small 34-seat Saab twin-propeller planes.
For Frontier, ‘market conditions have failed to materialize’ and it will suspend its Miami-Havana route on June 4
“Costs in Havana to turn an aircraft significantly exceeded our initial assumptions,” said Frontier spokesman Jim Faulkner.
American Airlines has also reduced its number of Cuba flights and JetBlue is flying smaller aircraft than originally planned.