Troubled Japanese domestic carrier Skymark Airlines is preparing to cut its remaining flights from Tokyo’s Narita Airport, as it looks for ways to reduce costs. The airline confirms that it is planning to stop flying from Narita, and it is believed the move could occur as soon as late October. Skymark signaled last week that it is reviewing its network to look for unprofitable routes to eliminate. The carrier has seen a significant dip in its financial performance, and may be facing ...
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