US Dept. of Transportation on Friday tentatively proposed awarding two of four routes at Tokyo Haneda available under the new US-Japan open skies agreement to Delta Air Lines for services from Los Angeles and Detroit. It also proposed granting one route to American Airlines for service from New York JFK to the downtown airport and one to Hawaiian Airlines from Honolulu. It rejected applications from Continental Airlines, Continental Micronesia and United Airlines. United and Continental ...

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