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Japan Airlines to add flights to Australia, Hawaii

Flag carrier pulls focus from European routes amid terror fears

Japan Airlines is planning to rework its international flights as early as September.

TOKYO -- Japan Airlines will launch additional flights serving Australia and Hawaii as early as September, revamping its international routes for the first time since undergoing bankruptcy reorganization in 2010.

In addition to an existing route between Narita Airport and Sydney and code-share flights, Japan's flag carrier could start serving Melbourne as early as September.

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