American, Hawaiian Urge DOT Not To Water Down Delta Haneda Conditions

Credit: Joe Pries Aviation
The three U.S. carriers that have been tussling over slots at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport are continuing the fight through filings with the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT). DOT allowed Delta to retain the coveted slots for flights from Seattle, but imposed a condition that the Atlanta-based carrier...

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