American Airlines said the US Department of Transportation (DOT) award of a daytime Minneapolis–Tokyo Haneda flight to Delta Air Lines does not serve the public interest. Fort Worth, Texas-based American has asked the agency to require Delta to provide quarterly updates on the flight’s performance. American added that it stands ready to operate a Dallas/Fort Worth–Haneda flight, should Delta fail to meet DOT requirements. In July, DOT tentatively awarded five daytime ...

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