Japan’s two major carriers have seen demand drop dramatically on their routes to Paris in the wake of November’s terrorist attacks, prompting Japan Airlines (JAL) to pull one of its flights from the market. JAL will suspend its daily Boeing 787-8 service from Tokyo Narita International Airport to Paris Charles de Gaulle International Airport (CDG) between Jan. 12-Feb. 29, except on a handful of selected days. The airline will continue to operate its other Paris service, a daily ...

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