Korean Air has announced its plans to adjust the frequency of some routes due to decreasing demand of Japanese routes because of Korea-Japan tensions. The airline will suspend the Busan-Osaka route, which has 14 flights a week, from 16 September, as well as Jeju-Narita, three flights a week; and Jeju-Osaka, 4 flights a week from 1 November. Korean Air will also temporarily suspend some of its other routes. Incheon-Komatsu, which has three flights a week and Incheon-Kagoshima which has three flights a week) will be suspended from 29 September to 16 November. Also, the Incheon-Asahikawa route, with flights a week,

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