Delta Air Lines is striking back against claims that it is misusing its slots at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport and argues in a filing that the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) has no precedent for seizing and reallocating the slots. The filing with the DOT is in response to American Airlines’ request earlier this month that Delta is “squandering” its Haneda frequencies by reducing its winter schedule from Seattle to Haneda to just enough to keep the slots from going ...

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