LONDON — Travelers flying between Britain and Japan are increasingly opting for indirect routes due to the recession and convenient transits, according to industry officials.

Travel officials have noted more people opting for flights requiring them to transfer in continental European capitals, with Finnair’s flights to Japan via Helsinki proving popular.

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