Washington governor argues for Delta to retain Haneda slots

Credit: By Rob Finlayson
Washington governor Jay Inslee is the latest public official to weigh in on which city should get—or in Seattle’s case, retain—coveted slots at Tokyo’s close-in Haneda Airport. In a letter to US Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, Inslee’s office argued that if Seattle loses its Haneda flights...

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