JAL drop frequencies as demand declines

19th Jan 2009

The JAL Group has made an additional revision to
the international passenger route, flight frequency, and fleet plan for
the second half of FY2008 and announced that it will temporarily reduce flight frequency on
three international routes in response to a decline in demand resulting
from the current global economic downturn.Flight frequency on the Tokyo - Bangkok route will be reduced from 21 to
14 flights per week, effective from January 20 to March 28, 2009.
From February 10 to March 28, 2009, flight frequency will be reduced on
two China routes with the Tokyo - Beijing route decreasing from 19 to 14
flights per week, and the Tokyo (Narita) - Shanghai route decreasing
from 28 to 21 flights per week.



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