American, Delta and Continental have applied for a combined 106 new frequencies for service to Japan under the new U.S.-Japan framework agreement, which makes 90 new frequencies available for non-incumbent U.S. carriers. That total will be divided among the three existing Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) carriers and the two that will come on line, a fourth immediately and a fifth by 2000. The two new carriers - TWA, US Airways and Hawaiian seek designations - will increase ...


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