Although the U.S. Transportation Department (DOT) allowed Delta Air Lines to retain its slots at Tokyo Haneda Airport for flights from Seattle, the decision satisfied none of the interested parties—American Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines, in addition to Delta—suggesting that the fight for the coveted slots is far from over. Delta thanked the DOT for allowing it to retain the slots, but blasted the department for attaching conditions to its approval. DOT is requiring Delta to ...

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