Japan Airlines (JAL) is currently operating at 65% of its pre-pandemic international capacity, according to airline officials. COVID-19 curbs are limiting demand to just about 40% of pre-pandemic levels. Commenting on the passenger recovery, Akihide Yoguchi, JAL’s vice president of strategic research for the Asia Oceania region, said: “Demand for domestic has recovered faster than international, like many other markets. In the domestic market, JAL is operating at 100% of its pre-pandemic capacity, though demand is about 80% of corresponding levels.” Prior to the pandemic, Japan did not need tourist visas for 68 countries, however post-pandemic the tourists need to
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