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

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