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Order 2010-1-17 - 2010 US-Tokyo (Haneda) Combination Services Allocation Proceeding - Instituting Proceeding and Inviting Applications
2010 US-Tokyo (Haneda) Combination Services Allocation Proceeding
Issued and Served January 26, 2010
By this order, we institute the 2010 US-Haneda Combination Services Allocation Proceeding and invite interested US air carriers to file applications for new US carrier rights at Tokyo’s Haneda International Airport.
On December 11, 2009, the United States and Japan initialed the text of a Memorandum of Understanding that following signature will, among other things, make available to US air carriers four daily pairs of slots for scheduled combination services at Tokyo’s Haneda International Airport, when Haneda’s fourth runway becomes operational. Under the terms of the 2009 MOU, scheduled operations between the United States and Haneda will be subject to the following conditions: (1) US operations at Haneda will be permitted between 2200 and 0700 hours local time; (2) departures from Haneda to a point in the 48 contiguous US states are not permitted prior to midnight; and (3) extra sections are not permitted.
In light of our stated goal of reaching a prompt final decision, we intend to process this case on an accelerated procedural schedule. Therefore, we are establishing the following procedural schedule for submissions:
By: Susan Kurland