Japan Transport Ministry to allocate more Haneda slots to ANA
Japan’s Transport Ministry reportedly plans to allocate more slots to All Nippon Airways (ANA) than to Japan Airlines for the new runway scheduled to open at Tokyo Haneda Airport in Oct-2010 (The Nikkei, 05-Jan-2010). The opening of the fourth runway is expected to gradually increase the number of slots at the airport from approximately 300,000 to approximately 410,000 p/a. Of the new slots already designated:
Domestic: 27,000 slots (37 daily services) approximately 11 will be given to ANA, approximately eight to JAL and the remainder to start-ups, including Skymark Airlines and Star Flyer)
International: 30,000 reserved for international routes.
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