HONOLULU, Hawaii (HawaiiNewsNow) - Hawaiian Airlines has been tentatively awarded a new flight slot at Tokyo Haneda airport. Subject to final approval, which requires a sign-off by Japanese.
Continental Airlines, United Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines and American Airlines are each vying for some or all of four pairs of daily slots between the US and Haneda that were made.
The allocation reflects the fact that the additional slots will be available in part due to the US Government permitting commercial aircraft to pass through airspace controlled by US Yokota Air Base in Japan, facilitating the establishment of a new route to Haneda. Japan and the US are expected to evenly divide the 24 new slots, with the remaining slots to be allocated for services connecting.
US carriers are gaining 12 daytime Haneda slots Talks have just wrapped up between the US and Japan, and thanks to this, US airlines have the right to 12 additional daytime slots to Tokyo Haneda.
The US Department of Transportation has started accepting applications from US carriers for up to 12 new daytime slot pairs that are expected to open up at Tokyo Haneda International airport. An order by the department states that recently concluded negotiations on the USA-Japan bilateral are expected to see the additional slots become available to US carriers for the start of the 2020 summer.
The DOT awarded Hawaiian Airlines the US's sole Haneda night-time slot in May. Hawaiian was the sole applicant to apply 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).
American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines have submitted bids for new slots at Tokyo’s Haneda International Airport following an agreement between US and Japanese aviation authorities earlier this year. A total of 12 additional daytime slots are to become available to US carriers for the start of the 2020 summer season.
The four biggest U.S. airlines and a small Hawaiian carrier applied on Tuesday for coveted slots at Tokyo's downtown airport, two months after a landmark agreement was reached between the U.S. and.
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MIAMI — After months of deliberation, the United States Department of Transportation (DOT) has released a shortlist of tentative routes for US carriers operating to Tokyo-Haneda airport (HND). The announcement is the latest news regarding the new slot openings since February when the DOT invited US carriers who were interested in extending their service to apply.
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It is making the changes thanks to the 9 August award by the US Department of Transportation of 12 new slots for flights from the USA to Haneda. The DOT divided those slots between American.
Hawaiian Airlines was awarded an additional slot to Haneda and is expected to launch an additional flight which will join the existing flights it operates from Honolulu to both Narita and Haneda. Hawaii is one of the most popular leisure destinations for Japanese travelers, as shown by All Nippon Airways dedicating its newly-delivered Airbus A380 to Hawaii service.
Based on a new agreement between the US and Japan, the US Department of Transportation gets to allocate 12 day time slot pairs for service between the US and Tokyo’s close-in Haneda airport starting with the 2020 summer travel season. Currently US airlines have just 5 slot pairs so this is a huge increase. Today American has LAX, Delta has.Only American Airlines, United, Delta, and Hawaiian have applied for these slots. Each airline has presented a variety of different routes that would work well and bring them plenty of business. There is, however, a total of 19 routes on offer and only 12 available slots thus at least one or two airlines will walk away disappointed.Under the U.S.-Japan deal, the number of annual arrival and departure slots for Haneda's international flights will rise to 99,000 from the current 60,000. The newly available flight path will let.