While the opening of Tokyo Haneda Airport to more international flights has enabled All Nippon Airways (ANA) to strengthen its network, a senior airline executive stresses that further expansion is essential for both of Tokyo’s gateway airports. ANA and its rival Japan Airlines (JAL) have big plans for international growth. The carriers have plenty of new aircraft on tap, thanks to recent orders, and now they need the government to ensure they can be accommodated in the key Tokyo ...
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