WASHINGTON—The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has proposed 12 tentative daytime slots at Tokyo Haneda Airport (HND) to four U.S. carriers: American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines and United Airlines. Atlanta-based Delta, which had requested six routes from DOT, received five—the most of any carrier. The five routes will be operated from Atlanta, Detroit, Honolulu, Portland (Oregon) and Seattle. “This service will allow Delta to combine its superior ...

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