Korean Air has made significant route cuts in the South Korea-Japan market, as political tension between the two countries is increasingly impacting traffic. The airline has announced the suspension of six Japan routes either indefinitely or temporarily, and it will also reduce frequencies on another five. Korean had previously suspended another Japan route, and had indicated that further capacity reductions were being considered. Korean Air revealed in its first-half earnings results that ...


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