Hong Kong Airlines announced Friday it will end its services to Tokyo in January, after it suspended flights to Osaka last October, to "tighten" its focus on regional routes.
A Cathay Pacific plane (top left) taking off past a Hong Kong Airlines Airbus A330-200 passenger jet (right) at Hong Kong's international airport, October 31, 2011. Hong Kong Airlines will end its services to Tokyo in January to "tighten" its focus on regional routes.
The company will axe its route to the Japanese capital from January 10 allowing it "to better allocate resources in servicing more popular routes and strengthen its regional competitiveness", a company spokeswoman told AFP by email.
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