Airlines cancel Japan-China flights
Published on Sep 24, 2012
Several airlines have announced plans to reduce flight frequencies on routes between Japan and China, due to the current tensions between the two countries. From 10-27 October, JAL has reduced its Tokyo Narita-Beijing and Osaka-Shanghai Pudong flights from twice daily to daily, and its Narita- Pudong flights from three times a day to twice a day. Meanwhile China Southern Airlines has cut some Guangzhou-Osaka, Guangzhou-Fukuoka, Dalian-Sapporo and Shenyang-Fukuoka flights, and Shanghai-based low-cost carrier Spring Airlines has canceled 10 charter flights to Japan. Meanwhile, Xinhua has reported that the China's National Tourism Administration (NTA) has canceled plans to attend the Japanese Association of Travel Agents' annual travel fair.
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