United Slams Delta’s ‘Self-Serving’ Tokyo Haneda Slot Proposal

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United Airlines has accused Delta Air Lines of “gaming the system” by asking the U.S. Transportation Department to allow for flexibility on how Tokyo Haneda (HND) slot pairs are utilized while at the same time charging high fares to dampen demand on at least one HND route Delta wants to drop. Delta...

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