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Foreign partners pulled into JAL-ANA Haneda tussle

Wednesday, October 2, 2013 - 06:00

Flights fight: Business travellers will pay a premium to land at Haneda near the city centre. Narita is 65 km east of Tokyo. - PHOTO: REUTERS

[TOKYO] Japan Airlines (JAL) and ANA Holdings' fight over additional slots at Tokyo's Haneda airport, Asia's second-busiest, is widening to include global airline partnerships seeking access to fly business people right into the heart of the city. Haneda is set to gain about 40 new daytime

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