Japan Airlines Systems (JAL) will reduce the numbers of flights from Narita Airport to Indonesia by half, effective April 01, 2003.
Due to reduced loads blamed on a reluctance of the public to fly in an international atmosphere of impending war and worldwide recession, JAL will reduce from 14 to 7 its flights from Tokyo to Indonesia. The 7 flights flown each week to Jakarta and another 7 flown to Denpasar (Bali) will be consolidated into 7 flights operating Tokyo-Jakarta-Denpasar.
At the same time, JAL announced that their Tokyo to Paris flights are also being reduced from 10 to 7 times each week.
Japanese residents consistently rank among the top 2 source markets for Bali tourism visitors, vying for first place with Australia.
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