Japan Airlines (JAL) has continued reducing its capacity in the wake of the 11 March disasters, which have severely impacted demand. Following the announcement last week that a series of cuts to its international services would be extended for another month, JAL yesterday revealed that it would temporarily reduce flight frequency on several domestic routes. Between 9 May and 1 June 2011, the airline will reduce a total of nine daily roundtrip services on six domestic routes. One daily flight will be cut on routes connecting Tokyo Haneda with Sapporo, Osaka (Itami) and Kagoshima. Two daily flights will be suspended on routes connecting Haneda with Fukuoka and Okinawa, as well as between Okinawa and Ishigaki. All of these routes will continue to be served with at lease eight daily flights.