Do you have a favorite airline? I don’t really. I usually fly Southwest because it’s easy for me, but I wouldn’t say I would pick them above all else.
It seems that Delta and United are in a current battle for slots at Tokyo Haneda Airport. United is alleging that Delta is not using the slots that it is given and marking up prices to ridiculous amounts ($10,000) to ensure that it can say there isn’t a demand for flights from Portland.
United Airlines Claims Delta Air Lines Is Raising Fares To Sabotage Ticket Sales
Delta is selling tickets on its Portland - Tokyo Haneda Airport for more than $10,000.
I wonder who will win this battle.
Now here are your flakes.
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