Hawaiian Airlines’ efforts to win regulatory approval for Tokyo flights are part of a long-haul expansion plan based on a new fleet of Airbus A330 aircraft that will begin arriving this month. Hawaiian is one of five carriers vying for the four routes from the U.S. to Tokyo Haneda Airport that will be awarded by the U.S. Transportation Dept. later this year. The carrier has applied for two of these routes for Honolulu flights, and if successful, would be a new entrant in the Japan ...

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