Capacity cutbacks by Japan Airlines drove international and domestic traffic declines in July, in contrast to the gains recorded by All Nippon Airways in the same month. Japan Airlines’ international traffic was down by 11.6% year-on-year in August, with domestic traffic down 7%. On international routes, capacity dropped by 17.6%, resulting in a load factor of 76.7%. Most international markets saw traffic drops, although transpacific and Oceania routes were essentially flat and China ...
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