The month of April has brought news from United Airlines to the Asia Pacific region that the Tokyo/Narita-Incheon route would be discontinued effective Oct. 29, as the service was determined to no longer be economically viable. As a result, the airline will be transferring three of its Guam-based aircraft, which were used on the route, to the U.S. mainland, where it can fly the planes more hours per day and “improve fleet utilization.” This downsizing represents a 27% decrease of its Guam-based fleet.
A few months prior brought news that United was moving its . . .
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