Osaka Services Suspended

26th Aug 1998

British Airways will suspend flights serving Osaka from the end of October.

John Wood, the airline’s Director Asia Pacific, said the decision to suspend the planned three weekly flights from next winter, had been taken as a last resort, after worsening passenger demand and the continued fall in the value of the Japanese yen. However, the airline remained committed to serving Japan through Tokyo.

British Airways will contact passengers who are booked on its Osaka flights to and from Kansai airport for the winter season and make alternative arrangements for them.




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