BY JULIAN RYALL
TOKYO — Airline companies in Japan and South Korea have in recent weeks made a number of announcements concerning regional low-cost carriers that industry insiders believe bode well for air links between the two nations and the Mariana Islands.
“There has been something of a sudden bout of movement in the industry in [South] Korea and Japan, and that is likely to have a significant impact on competition in the region and — quite likely — lead to more airlines taking a closer look at destinations such as Guam and Saipan for their . . .
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