Photo: Courtesy, Delta Air Lines. Delta Air Lines said Tuesday it is cutting Japan capacity by 15%-20% through at least May, including immediately dropping flights from Detroit and Los Angeles to Tokyo Haneda. The carrier's second-half 2011 system capacity will be down 2% compared to the year-ago period as it lowers capacity "four [percentage] points from where we are today" through the remainder of 2011, President Ed Bastian said. Speaking to the JP Morgan Aviation, ...

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