The battle between American Airlines and Delta Air Lines continues over service to Tokyo’s Haneda airport. To find out why the airlines are fighting, I’ll let you read this Bloomberg article which explains it in detail.
Per Bloomberg Business,
The U.S. decision was the latest development in an almost yearlong spat between the carriers for one of only four existing routes between the U.S. and Haneda, which many business travelers prefer over Tokyo’s Narita International Airport because it is closer to the Japanese capital. Delta gave up one of those routes to American in June after a fight between the two airlines, but argued in an Oct. 1 filing that its rival should cede the route after it didn’t start service within 60 days.