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The move is part of the airline's efforts to diversify their air routes in the coming time.
In line with the announcement, the carrier will put on seven flights per week to Nha Trang city. This will increase the overall number of air routes to the Southeast Asian region at the same time that travel demand to Japan has been significantly reduced.
As of early July, airlines have begun to stop or reduce the number of flights to Japan. This follows the decision by Tokyo to impose restrictions on the export of important high-tech materials to the Republic of Korea.