Virgin Australia has received valuable support from regulatory and tourism bodies as it vies with Qantas for new access to Tokyo Haneda Airport. The Japanese government has allocated two additional Haneda slots to Australian carriers as part of a planned capacity expansion at the airport. The slots will be awarded to airlines by Australia’s International Air Services Commission (IASC). Qantas has applied for both slots, to operate flights from Melbourne and Sydney to Haneda, while ...

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