JAL reduced capacity on a portion of its
international routes in April by decreasing flight frequency and
switching to the use of smaller aircraft on select routes to
secure profitability as travel demand declined following the Great
Eastern Japan Earthquake last month.
The airline is now reducing flight frequency on
10 international routes and 1 domestic route till the end of May
Smaller-sized aircraft will also be used on
routes between Tokyo (Narita) and Guam, Honolulu and Nagoya
(Chubu) during this period.
Routes affected include in this latest reduction
include: Narita Honolulu, Narita - Beijing, Narita -
Shanghai, Narita - Seoul (Incheon), Narita - Hong Kong, Narita -
Pusan, Haneda - Seoul (Gimpo), Narita - Taipei (Taoyuan), Kansai
- Taipei (Taoyuan), Narita - Kaoh Siung, Narita -
Kansai, Narita - Guam, Haneda - Honolulu, Narita - Nagoya (Chubu).
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