The US Department of Transportation (DOT) on Oct. 3 tentatively approved an agreement for Hawaiian Airlines and Japan Airlines (JAL) to operate a joint venture (JV) between Hawaii and Japan, although it declined to grant the pair anti-trust immunity (ATI).  In addition to flights between Hawaii and Japan, the proposed JV will include service connecting from Hawaii via Japan to nine other Asian countries: China (including Hong Kong), Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, ...

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