Japan Airlines (JAL) says it is considering further action after Japan’s aviation regulator refused the carrier’s request to revise a slot award decision at Tokyo Haneda Airport that favored rival All Nippon Airways (ANA). JAL had requested that Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MLIT) reverse the Oct. 2 ruling that gave ANA a greater share of new slots at Haneda, which is congested. However, an official from the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau—the unit of the ministry ...
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