ANA and Japan Airlines said passengers have cancelled 7,500 and 3,600 trips, respectively, between Japan and China amid rising diplomatic tension between the two nations over rival territorial claims that ignited when Japanese authorities arrested the captain of a Chinese fishing vessel that allegedly rammed a pair of Japanese patrol boat in the East China Sea. Both countries' governments have issued travel alerts to their citizens regarding visiting the other nation. Anti-Japanese ...

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