Japan unquestionably has liberalized its aviation policy over the past year, from opening Tokyo Haneda to intercontinental flights to inking an open skies accord with the US, but IATA and other observers are pushing the country to go further, warning that its airports increasingly may have trouble competing with East Asia's major hubs. Addressing the Foreign Correspondents' Club of Japan in Tokyo last month, IATA DG and CEO Giovanni Bisignani urged the country to develop more ...

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