Japan's MLITT announced (01-Oct-2013) the allocation of 11 new daytime slot pairs at Tokyo Haneda Airport to All Nippon Airways (ANA) and five to Japan Airlines, effective the end of Mar-2014. ANA will be allocated two slot pairs for services to Germany and one each for the UK, France, Canada, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, the Philippines and China, while Japan Airlines was allocated slots for the UK, France, Singapore, Thailand and China. The Ministry will also distribute 15 slots to international carriers, for a total distribution of 31 slot pairs. [more - original PR - Japanese]
Japan allocates 11 daytime slots at Haneda to ANA, five to JAL and 15 to international carriers
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