Open skies deal would give green light to U.S.-Japan airline joint ventures
U.S. and Japanese negotiators are poised to achieve a long-awaited breakthrough in aviation talks this week, further opening one of the most restricted airline markets and setting the stage for a major competitive shake-up. Both sides are signaling that the latest round of open skies negotiations will yield an agreement. While the deal will expand U.S. airline access to the Tokyo airports, its most important element will be allowing transpacific joint ventures between U.S. and Japanese ...
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