Japan Airlines is criticizing Japanese regulators for awarding a greater share of new slots at Tokyo Haneda Airport to rival All Nippon Airways, and is calling for an explanation of the criteria used by the government. Of the 16 international slots awarded by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Tourism (MLIT), 11 have been granted to ANA and five to JAL. The additional slots were made available by capacity expansion at the airport, and they can be used in the fiscal year that begins ...
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