first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J American Airlines has announced it will suspend two of its six daily flights to Japan to meet decreased demand after recent natural disasters.The airline will cease operations on one flight between New York to Haneda and the other between Dallas to Narita Airport from 6 April until 26 April, The Associated Press reported.According to the source, the move comes after US carrier Delta Airlines also suspended flights to Haneda but continues to push its services into Narita. Earlier this week, Japan Airlines said it would suspend 74 international flights as it focuses on domestic services to assist recovery post-quake.last_img

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