Japan's Narita International Airport Corporation (NAA) stated the number of international services at Tokyo Narita International Airport in the 2011 summer schedule will decrease by 82 flights on a year-on-year basis to 1359 weekly (Travel Vision, 25-Mar-2011). JAL Group is decreasing weekly services by 92, while ANA will increase operations by 14 and other foreign airlines are also increasing flights. Newcomers commencing services to Narita are Hong Kong Airlines, Eastar and Air Busan.
Narita's summer schedule reduced by 82 flights on JAL cuts
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