In another milestone in improving air service between the United States and Cuba, an American Airlines 737 took off Monday morning on the first regularly scheduled flight between Miami and the Cuban capital in more than half a century.

The Havana-bound plane, which took to the air at 7:37 a.m. after a water cannon salute, carried 145 passengers. As they waited at the gate, AA treated the passengers to pastelitos, cupcakes emblazoned with the airline logo and coffee and placed straw hats on their heads as they boarded flight 17.

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