Japan Airlines (JAL) announced revisions to its flight frequency plans, which will continue flight cancellations on the Guam-Tokyo route through November 30, due to concerns over COVID-19.
The airline had previously suspended Guam flights until October 31, which was already an extension from its previous September 30 suspension date.
In its news release, the airline said, “together, as we continue to fight the spread of COVID-19, let’s diligently put in our efforts towards the recovery preparation phase. Please keep safe and we hope for the return of economic restoration slowly, but surely.”
The carrier says it will continue to review travel restrictions within each destination and update its international network plan.
(News Release from Japan Airlines)