DOT clears joint ventures for U.S.-Japan air service

11/12/2010 | Travel Weekly

The Department of Transportation approved two joint ventures for service between the U.S. and Japan. One is between All Nippon Airways and United, which are members of the Star Alliance; the other involves American Airlines and Japan Airlines, members of the Oneworld alliance. The deals allow the airlines to collaborate on fares and route planning as they share costs and revenue on the trans-Pacific routes.

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