Air service to Tokyo Narita and Haneda airports was largely operating normally Monday, though governments worldwide continued to advise against travel to Japan as the nation attempts to manage unstable nuclear reactors in the aftermath of last week's devastating earthquake and tsunami (ATW Daily News, March 14). Some airlines were making adjustments. Air France, for example, said it was operating Paris Charles de Gaulle-NRT flights with a 777 instead of an A380 on Monday and Tuesday. ...

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