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Delta Air Lines came out ahead in the US Department of Transportation's allocation of five new daytime slot pairs at Tokyo Haneda International airport.
Three Chinese carriers have filed applications with the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC), seeking to operate international services.
LATAM Airlines Brazil and Cathay Pacific plan to codeshare on flights via the USA, after signing an agreement.
Norwegian has signed its first US charter agreements, as it continues to face US opposition to its long-haul scheduled operations.
Southwest Airlines will next year begin its first international services from Oakland in California, operating to Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos in Mexico.
Middle East low-cost carrier Flydubai will begin double-daily flights to the Thai capital Bangkok this winter.
US regulators have tentatively approved eight US carriers to launch service to Havana, following an intense competition among airlines to begin flights to the Cuban capital.
London Heathrow's proposed third runway could still be built by 2026 if the next UK prime minister made a decision "quickly", in the view of Howard Davies, who chaired the Airports Commission.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) plans to display Asiana Airlines' code on existing and future service between Singapore and the USA.