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Competition forces airline discount fares

Date Posted: 2008-01-18

Japanese airlines are going to slash ticket fares more than 50% in coming months to boost business.
Japan Air Lines, Sky Mark and All Nippon Airways all say they’ll offer super savings on selected flights between Tokyo and Okinawa in February and March, dropping fares as much as by 53%. The airlines say reservations must be booked one month in advance in order to obtain the maximum discounts.
Other limitations apply on discounts. The standard ¥37,400 fare between Tokyo and Naha will be cut the full 53% during March 1st through 6th night flights on Japan Air Lines and All Nippon Airways. The tickets will cost only ¥17,500.
Sky Mark jumps ahead of the other two airlines, starting its discount program February 12th, but also running through the end of the month. All three airlines cite heavy competition on the Tokyo-Okinawa route, forcing the price reductions to keep their regular passengers.

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