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Japan Airlines Reduces Weekly Flights to Honolulu

March 28, 2011, 3:50 PM HST
* Updated March 28, 4:52 PM
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By Wendy Osher

Japan Airlines (JAL) today announced a reduction in flight frequency between Narita and Honolulu due to the after effects of the Tohoku Pacific Earthquake and Tsunami.

The route is one of several affected by a decline in passengers since the incidents earlier this month.

The Narita – Honolulu route will decrease frequency from 21 to 14 weekly flights between April 6th and 24th, 2011.

The JAL Group announcement includes a decision to temporarily reduce the flight frequency and change the aircraft size on part of its International Routes.

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Routes between Narita and Beijing, Shanghai, Seoul, Hong Kong, Busan, Taipei and Kaohsiung are also affected, in addition to the Haneda-Seoul route.

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Passengers holding reservation for the affected flights will be notified of the reservation and ticket handling procedure accordingly.

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