Delta Air Lines’ (DL) daily Detroit (DTW)-Tokyo Haneda (HND) service “has not performed as expected,” and the carrier has submitted a request to the US Dept. of Transportation (DOT) to transfer its DTW-HND slot pair to Seattle (SEA)-HND. United Airlines (UA) and Hawaiian Airlines (HA) have submitted filings opposing the motion. “Seattle was and remains Delta’s first choice gateway for mainland US-Haneda service,” members of the Washington Congressional ...

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