All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines Group announced changes to near-term corporate plans to place a higher emphasis on their China networks, with JAL stating that changes including "route suspensions, flight frequency adjustments and a review of aircraft scheduling" will result in a ¥13.5 billion ($112.5 million) income improvement in the current fiscal year ending March 31, 2007. In its revised plan for 2006-07, ANA said it will nearly double its flights from Tokyo to Xiamen and ...

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