Qantas and Virgin Australia have confirmed they are both seeking slots at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport that have been earmarked for Australian carriers. Japanese regulators have made two Haneda slots available for Australian authorities to distribute to airlines. Qantas has applied for both these slots, while Virgin Australia said it will seek one. The Japanese government has opened up a total of 50 new slots at Haneda, thanks to airspace changes over Tokyo. Half of the 50 will go to ...

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