Yesterday, the US Department of Transportation issued a Show Cause Order tentatively allocating four available slot pairs in the 2010 U.S.-Haneda Combination Services Allocation Proceeding. On 26 January 2010, the DOT had invited U.S. air carriers to apply for four newly available slot pairs for services between the United States and Tokyo's Haneda Airport once a fourth runway opens at Haneda, which is currently scheduled to occur in October 2010. Six airlines requested a total of eleven slot pairs, with tentative allocations in bold:
|American||JFK, LAX||Boeing 777-200ER|
|Continental Micronesia||GUM||Boeing 767-400ER|
|DTW, LAX, HNL||Boeing 747-400|
|Hawaiian||HNL, 2nd HNL||Boeing 767-300ER|
These requests are illustrated in the map below, with tentative allocations in dark blue:
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