ANA and Japan Airlines yesterday each released plans for their fiscal years beginning April 1 that feature network cutbacks and a greater focus on operational efficiency. ANA said it intends to "minimize the risk of falling revenue" and is focusing on opportunities "afforded by the expansion" of Tokyo Haneda and Narita in 2010. International capacity is expected to fall 8% in the upcoming fiscal year while domestic ASKs decline 4.3%. It will suspend flights from Nagoya to Tainjin and ...

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