• Joe Breitfeller

Peach Aviation Launches New Daily Service Between Tokyo-Narita and Oita

The new Narita-Oita route expands the carrier’s network to and from Tokyo (Narita) and Kansai airports to 12 domestic routes and total domestic network to 32 routes. Peach now offers six different routes between Narita and Kyushu.


Peach Airbus A320neo - Courtesy Peach Aviation Limited

On Friday (February 19, 2021), Peach Aviation Limited (Peach) announced the launch of new daily return service between Tokyo (Narita) and Oita. The new service expands the carrier’s network to 32 domestic routes, including 12 routes to/from Narita and Kansai Airports and six different routes between Narita and Kyushu. The Narita-Oita route will be serviced with and Airbus A320. Peach also now offers convenient at-home COVID-19 testing by mail for customers traveling on all domestic flights traveling from Narita and Kansai Airports for customers booking Value Peach or Prime Peach fares. In Friday’s announcement, Peach’s Representative Director and CEO, Takeaki Mori, said,

“Today we launched our new service between Tokyo (Narita) and Oita. This is the sixth Peach route serving Kyushu from Narita Airport, in tandem with the Fukuoka, Nagasaki, Miyazaki, Kagoshima, and Amami routes, bringing Kyushu ever closer to those in the Tokyo Metropolis. Peach will continue operating flights as a “flying train” from its base airports – namely New Chitose, Sendai, Narita, Chubu, Kansai, Fukuoka, and Naha – for even easier travel around Japan. Peach intends to expand its domestic network while prioritizing infection countermeasures, by providing easy travel at low fares to those who need transportation under these circumstances, to fulfill our role as a provider of public transport.”


Peach Launches New Service Between Tokyo-Narita and Oita - Courtesy Peach Aviation Limited

Peach Aviation Limited (Peach) commenced operations out of Osaka-Kansai in March 2012 and currently operates 32 domestic and 17 international routes with a fleet of 36 aircraft. In addition to their base at Osaka (Kansai Airport), the carrier maintains bases at Sapporo (New Chitose Airport), Sendai Airport, Tokyo (Narita Airport), Fukuoka Airport, Chubu Airport and Naha Airport. Peach hopes to become the leading low-cost carrier (LCC) in Asia with plans to expand their network from the Tokyo metro area and Osaka-Kansai.



Source: Peach Aviation Limited

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