5 U.S. airlines lobbying DOT for 4 new Tokyo flights

03/8/2010 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

The competition is heating up among the five U.S. airlines jockeying for the rights to provide four new daily flights to Tokyo's Haneda airport. United, Delta, American, Continental and Hawaiian have spent recent weeks arguing their respective cases. The DOT is expected to make its decision soon.

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