Japan May Allow Daytime Flights To U.S. From Haneda

Credit: Nigel Howarth
The Japanese government may lift some of the restrictions on flights between the U.S. and Tokyo Haneda Airport, and could offer seventh-freedom cargo rights to U.S. carriers. The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) recently briefed U.S. carriers on the Japanese proposal, several people familiar...

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