Japanese budget airline Skymark will temporarily stop accepting reservations for 70% of its routes during February.

Reported on The Mainichi and The Japan Times, the Tokyo-based carrier announced the move will affect its network between February 15 to 28. The announcement followed a separate plan to reduce its flights between .......

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