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Japan and South Korea reach historic "open skies" deal

North Asian aviation growth is a step closer to being unshackled,

with the signing of an ‘open skies’ deal between Japan and South

Korea. The two sides have agreed to lift restrictions on frequency, capacity

and destinations, with the exception of the congested Tokyo airports, covering

both cargo and passenger services.

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