Delegations from the U.S. and Japan signed an agreement in Tokyo Aug. 21 to firm the addition of two dozen new daytime services between the U.S. and Tokyo Haneda Airport. The amended U.S.-Japan Open Skies Agreement allocates 12 new slot pairs for U.S. carriers and 12 for Japanese carriers. The deal’s signing comes after the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) on Aug. 9 awarded the available slots to four carriers: American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines and United ...

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