Japan Airlines (JAL) said it will “formally seek … a rational explanation and … correction” of slot allocations at Tokyo Haneda Airport announced by Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT). In a statement, JAL said it had been notified by MLIT that, of 16 additional slots available for Japanese airlines at the airport, it had been awarded just five, with the remaining 11 allocated to All Nippon Airways (ANA).  JAL said ...

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