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South Korean low-cost carrier Air Seoul will suspend its regular flights connecting Incheon International Airport in South Korea with Toyama airport in central Japan from Sept. 16, the Toyama Prefectural Government said Thursday.

The move comes as the service sees reduced bookings for August and beyond amid tense relations between Japan and South Korea, prefectural officials quoted Air Seoul as saying.

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