The U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) took the airline industry by surprise by saying it will re-examine whether Delta Air Lines’ flight from Seattle to Tokyo’s close-in Haneda airport actually serves the public interest. DOT in a filing said it “believes the public interest requires a fresh examination of whether the best use of the Seattle-Haneda opportunity is to allow Delta to retain the slot pair for Seattle-Haneda service, or whether the public interest would be ...

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