The US Department of Transportation has proposed to select four US airlines to provide new daytime service to Tokyo’s downtown Haneda airport as early as summer 2020. The four airlines chosen will be American Airlines, Delta Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines and United Airlines. American Airlines has been tentatively awarded two slots, for service from Dallas/Fort Worth and Los Angeles – its second daily service to Haneda. Meanwhile, Delta has received tentative approval for a Haneda service from Atlanta, Detroit, Honolulu, Portland (Oregon) and Seattle. United Airlines received the go-ahead for proposed flights from Chicago O’Hare, Los Angeles, Newark and Washington Dulles. Finally,

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