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After leveraging inexpensive fares to attract travelers and expand flight routes, Japanese budget airlines face an uphill battle due to a nosedive in passenger numbers caused by the COVID-19 crisis.

Budget carriers, including Peach Aviation, which led the sector in Japan to enter service in 2012, are trying every trick to stimulate passenger demand and climb out of management difficulties.

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