The latest round of route announcements by Japan’s major airlines includes the notable return of a domestic trunk service that was previously squeezed out by competition from high-speed rail. All Nippon Airways (ANA) and Japan Airlines (JAL) are both boosting flights from Tokyo’s Haneda Airport, although JAL also cut flights from elsewhere in its network. Most of the changes will be effective from Oct. 26, and will apply to their schedules for the second half of the fiscal ...

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