US, Japan negotiate Open Skies amendment for daytime Haneda slots

US and Japanese negotiators have agreed on a plan to provide daytime service for US carriers at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, according to the US State Department. The plan, announced on Feb. 18, is a proposed amendment to the 2010 Open Skies agreement between the two countries and will provide, for the...

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