Hawaiian Airlines is objecting to the US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) decision to award it just one of 12 available daytime slot pairs to Tokyo Haneda Airport, arguing the route allocation proceeding revealed a “prevailing, longstanding bias against smaller air carriers.” Hawaiian also requested that DOT transfer control to the airline of one of the slot pairs currently allocated to its larger rivals for service out of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), which ...

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