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Peach Aviation Announces New Service From Tokyo-Narita to Kushiro and Miyazaki From August 1st, 2020

On Tuesday, Peach Aviation announced the addition of new service from Tokyo-Narita to Kushiro and Miyazaki starting August 1st, 2020. The new routes will be operated daily, and the carrier will also increase service between Narita and Amami between August 7th to 16th.


Peach Aviation Airbus A320neo - Courtesy Airbus

Today, Japanese low-cost carrier Peach Aviation Limited announced new daily service from Tokyo-Narita to Kushiro and Miyazaki starting August 1st, 2020. The carrier is also increasing frequencies between Narita and Amami from August 7th to August 16th. The new service between Narita and Kushiro is the first time Narita Airport will offer a connection to eastern Hokkaido, which is a popular tourist destination offering four national parks, including Shiretoko, a World Natural Heritage site. The new route between Narita and Miyazaki marks Peach’s fifth destination in Kyushu, complementing existing service to Fukuoka, Amami, Nagasaki and Kagoshima. Miyazaki Prefecture offers a wealth of cultural assets including historical sites, festivals, an extraordinary landscape and a vibrant food scene. Including the routes announced today, Peach now offers ten domestic and two international destinations from Tokyo-Narita.


Peach Aviation Announces New and Expanded Service From Tokyo-Narita - Courtesy Peach Aviation Limited

Peach requests that guests wear masks and refrain from boarding when their health conditions are not optimal to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The carrier has also instituted enhanced sanitization measures both onboard and at the airport. Peach Aviation looks forward to playing its part in the revitalization of Japanese society and the economy, by establishing new travel styles, in coordination with local governments and other stakeholders.


Peach Aviation completed its merger with Narita-based Vanilla Air on November 11, 2019, making it Japan’s third largest airline and largest low-cost carrier (in terms of passengers carried). Founded in March 2012, the carrier has a fleet of 30 aircraft and serves over 30 million customers annually on 21 domestic and 19 international routes. Peach was awarded the title “LCC of the Year” by the Centre for Aviation (CAPA) in 2015.


Source: Peach Aviation Limited

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