US Department of Transport (DOT) Finalizes US carriers’ Tokyo Haneda Slot Allocations

The US Department of Transportation (DOT) has finalized its allocation of Tokyo Haneda International Airport (HND/RJTT) daytime slots awarded to Local US carriers in July this year.

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In a statement issued Friday, the Department reaffirmed its tentative decision to award the following carriers the following slots:

– American Airlines: One slot pair for its proposed Los Angeles-Haneda service;
– Hawaiian Airlines: One slot pair for its proposed Honolulu-Haneda service
-United Airlines: One slot pair for its proposed San Francisco-Haneda service;
Delta Airlines: Two slot pairs for its proposed Los Angeles-Haneda and Minneapolis St Paul-Haneda services.

The DOT awarded Hawaiian Airlines the US’s only Haneda night-time slot in May. Hawaiian was the only applicant for the slot-pairing and plans to use it to operate a year-round service to Haneda from Honolulu (4x Weekly) and Kona (3x Weekly).

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