Air Pocket

Schoenberger, Chana R.
April 2009
Forbes Asia;4/13/2009, Vol. 5 Issue 6, p20
The article reports on the cost of air traveling around Japan. As reported, trademark experiences of traveling around Japan include inconvenience, high fares and dramatic sighs. It is also reported that a whopping tax on jet fuel, $270 per thousand liters, which is 24 times what the U.S. levies, is another problem being faced by airlines in Japan.


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