WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation today proposed to select four U.S. airlines to provide new daytime service to Tokyo’s downtown Haneda airport as early as summer 2020.
DOT Finalizes its Haneda Selections. The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) today finalized its July 20th tentative decision providing for new, more favorable daytime services to Tokyo’s downtown Haneda Airport (HND). The selected carriers and cities are American Airlines at Los Angeles (LAX), Delta Air Lines at Los Angeles (LAX) and Minneapolis/St. Paul (MSP), Hawaiian Airlines at Honolulu (HNL), and United Airlines at San Francisco (SFO). Currently, Haneda service is available only during nighttime hours at Los Angeles, Honolulu, and San Francisco.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) today proposed to grant antitrust immunity to two air carrier alliances for services between the United States and Japan, subject to the Open-Skies aviation agreement between the two countries being signed.