US and Japan yesterday reached an expanded air services agreement, according to UPS, which said it won authority under the deal to operate six daily freighter flights between the US and Nagoya. Neither nation issued a statement, but UPS released one saying that the US "Departments of State and Transportation today reached an agreement that will allow UPS and other air carriers to expand air operations to and from Japan." UPS International President Alan Gershenhorn said negotiators from the ...

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