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Airlines chart cautious path for Japan inbound travel recovery

Singapore Airlines adds flights while ANA, JAL see scant group tour demand

Japan started accepting foreign tourists from June 10, but they must be part of guided package tours and follow the country's COVID directives.   © AP

TOKYO -- Airlines are planning to operate less than half the number of international flights to Japan, compared with pre-pandemic levels, for the rest of the year despite the government opening the country to tourists on June 10.

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