Japan’s major airlines will use their new slots at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport with a mix of new destinations, additional frequencies, and flights switched from Tokyo Narita Airport. Japanese regulators have created 50 additional daytime international slots at Haneda due to airspace changes. Half of these are earmarked for Japanese airlines and the remainder for overseas carriers. The slots are eligible for use from the end of March 2020. The government has previously announced the ...

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