US and Japanese negotiators have agreed on a plan to provide daytime service for US carriers at Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, according to the US State Department. The plan, announced on Feb. 18, is a proposed amendment to the 2010 Open Skies agreement between the two countries and will provide, for the first time since 1978, daytime services by US and Japanese carriers between the US and Haneda International Airport. Haneda is regarded as Japan’s busiest airport, and is the closest ...

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