Japan’s Vanilla Air expects to restore its full schedule by July, after the low-cost carrier was forced to cancel a large number of flights in June due to a pilot shortage. The carrier is canceling more than 150 flights on its two Japanese domestic routes next month. The affected services will be the Tokyo Narita-Okinawa and Narita-Sapporo routes. The carrier, which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of All Nippon Airways, says its international flights to Seoul and Taipei will not be ...

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