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Old December 31st, 2017, 11:49 AM   #1
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US Air Carriers who offered service to Japan

Today the three major USA air carriers (Delta, American, United) can fly to Japan. I think only Delta does it themselves. American and United use partners JAL and ANA. I don't think 'United' jets fly to Japan from Chicago, but 'United' ticket can get flyer on ANA plane.

Delta serves Japan because they bought Northwest.

For history (how about 1970 and on) is Northwest the only US-based airline that flew commercial jets to Japan themselves?

Any major former USA airline like TWA, PanAM, and Continental apply.
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