JAL temporarily reduces capacity
Japan Airlines said it is reducing the frequency of flights on 11 routes in Asia and downsizing aircraft sizes on three other routes in response to a drop in travel demand associated with last month's massive earthquake and tsunami disasters.
Japan is also dealing with radioactive fallout from a damaged nuclear power plant.
The reduction in flight frequency, which also impacts freight capacity, involves 10 international routes and one domestic route.
JAL said it will replace Boeing 767s with 737s, and replace 777s with 767s between Tokyo and Guam, Hawaii and Nagoya, Japan.
The reduction in flight capacity will remain in effect through the end of May.