Japan Airlines will cease its Osaka Kansai-Incheon service on Oct. 25 and increase Osaka-Seoul Gimpo 737-800 flights to 14-times-weekly from seven. It also will cancel thrice-weekly freighter service linking Tokyo Narita to London Heathrow and Amsterdam and its thrice-weekly Narita-Frankfurt cargo flights, replacing them with a thrice-weekly NRT-AMS-FRA-NRT routing on Oct. 25. Tarom launched four-times-weekly Bucharest Otopeni-Lyon service aboard a 737-700. Porter Airlines yesterday launched ...

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