American Airlines and Hawaiian Airlines are making their cases to the US Department of Transportation (DOT) on why they should be awarded slots at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport currently held by Delta Air Lines for service from Seattle. Meanwhile, the Atlanta-based Delta is laying out why it should retain the slots and is punching holes in American’s and Hawaiian’s cases. American wants the slots for flights from Los Angeles, which Delta and Hawaiian say would dump too much ...

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