Shanghai-based Spring Airlines will postpone the opening of Shanghai-Kagawa service scheduled for March 27, owing to the crisis in Japan. “We are not sure when to open the new route and I think it won’t be opened within 45 days,” Spring Chairman Wang Zhenghua said, noting the carrier also suspended operation of its Shanghai-Ibaraki route. Wang stressed the carrier is still optimistic about the Japan market and won’t change its capacity allocation plan in ...

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