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Budget Airlines in Japan Struggling with Pandemic

Budget Airlines in Japan Struggling with Pandemic

   Tokyo, Oct. 11 (Jiji Press)--Budget airlines operating in Japan have been struggling with a substantial decline in air passenger demand amid the coronavirus pandemic.
   A budget airline needs to have a seat occupancy rate of as high as some 80 pct to be profitable. But the pandemic made it difficult to achieve the threshold.

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