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Japan Airlines Co. said Wednesday it will ease domestic flight reductions from later this month as it expects a recovery in travel demand following the lifting of a state of emergency over the new coronavirus epidemic in May.

Between next Monday and June 30, JAL plans a reduction of a total of 7,368 flights, a cut of 54 percent from its initial schedule but less than a reduction of more than 70 percent between June 1 and Sunday, according to the airline.

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