Major Japanese airline All Nippon Airways said Tuesday that it would reduce the number of flights on 12 domestic routes due to declining travel demand amid the continuing coronavirus pandemic.
Some of the ANA flights to be axed, mainly those to major tourist destinations, will be transferred to low-cost carrier Peach Aviation as part of the efforts to meet a possible rise in travel demand after the COVID-19 crisis is contained.
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