Japan Airlines is revising some routes and frequencies from Oct. 29. Subject to regulatory approval, Nagoya-Guangzhou flights will increase from thrice-weekly to daily, Tokyo Narita-Bangkok from 14- to 21-times-weekly and Narita-New Delhi from three to four weekly. It will reduce from 14 to 7 its weekly Narita-Chicago O'Hare flights and suspend its four-times-weekly Nagoya-Manila service. "Through route restructuring JAL aims to build a more profit-focused network," it said. Northwest ...

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