American And Hawaiian Fight Over Delta’s Sloppy Seconds

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    2014 was a year filled with fabulous drama and shade throwing in the airline industry, from the Battle in Seattle, to His Excellency rejecting his new toy because it had a scratch on it. But quite possibly the biggest pre-school feud of the airline industry last year was with Delta's Tokyo Haneda slot. The situation can best be summed up by saying that Delta had a toy they didn't actually want to play with, but they didn't want anyone else to be allowed to play with it either. Japan flights are heavily slot restricted, in particular at Tokyo Haneda, which is the airport closest to central Tokyo. Previously the airport was just for regional flights, though a few years back they started issuing slots for longhaul flights, but only for late night and early morning departures and arrivals. The post American And Hawaiian Fight Over Delta’s Sloppy Seconds appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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