Hawaiian Airlines and Japan Airlines (JAL) have taken a major step to expand their partnership by applying to operate a revenue-sharing joint venture (JV) in the busy Hawaii-Japan market. The two carriers have filed their application with the US Department of Transportation (DOT) and with Japanese regulators. They are already codeshare partners, and they propose to strengthen this to a metal-neutral arrangement on their networks between Hawaii and Japan and some beyond destinations. The ...

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