U.S.-Japan Agreement Means Fewer Bleary-Eyed Flights Into Tokyo

  • American, United, Hawaiian, Delta flights may land in daytime
  • Late-night arrivals had been a source of traveler frustration

U.S. airlines won the right to fly into an airport near downtown Tokyo during daytime hours, making travel to the Japanese capital more convenient for travelers and potentially more profitable for the carriers.

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