American Airlines has formally applied to the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) for rights to fly between Los Angeles and Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, making a play for slots at the close-in Tokyo airport currently held by Delta Air Lines for flights from Seattle. The application follows American’s filing with DOT last year that argued Delta was operating the Seattle flights infrequently, only enough to prevent triggering a 90-day dormancy provision that would have allowed DOT to ...

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