Japan Airlines (JAL) will temporarily cut some of its daily services to China due to escalating political tension between the two countries over a chain of disputed islands in the East China Sea (ATW Daily News, Sept. 19). JAL’s Tokyo Narita (NRT)-Beijing and Osaka (Kansai)-Shanghai (PVG) service will reduce from twice to once daily. The carrier will cut NRT-PVG service from 3X- to 2X-daily, it said in a statement. The cuts will be effective Oct. 10-27. JAL said reduction in ...

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