Delta Air Lines Praises Haneda Airport Decision

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Delta Air Lines has praised the U.S. Department of Transportation for its proposal to allow nonstop services between Haneda Airport in Japan and Detroit and Los Angeles. The decision gives Sky Team, Delta's global airline alliance, its first opportunity to serve Haneda, which is conveniently located near central Tokyo.

In Detroit, new service to Haneda will boost Delta's Eastern U.S. gateway to Asia. Delta's hub at Detroit, featuring a state-of-the-art 120-gate terminal designed for international connections, will provide one-stop service to Haneda for 106 U.S. cities.

With its new flights between Haneda and Los Angeles, Delta will provide one-stop service for customers in 18 U.S. cities.

Delta's new service at Haneda would complement the airline's existing service at Tokyo's Narita airport. Delta currently offers flights between Narita and 11 U.S. cities.

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