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Japan Airlines and All Nippon Airways will significantly scale down their international and domestic flights in the coming business year due to a sharp fall in demand, officials of the two airlines said Tuesday.

JAL will reduce the number of flights on international routes linking Narita International Airport with New York, Bangkok and Seoul. ANA will abolish its flights from Central Japan International Airport in Aichi Prefecture to the major Chinese cities of Guangzhou and Tianjin.

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