Peach Launches New Service From Tokyo-Narita to Nagasaki and Kagoshima, Adds Service to Kyushu
Peach Aviation Limited announced on Monday new service from Tokyo-Narita to Nagasaki and Kagoshima. The carrier will offer one roundtrip flight to Nagasaki and two daily flights between Tokyo-Narita and Kagoshima starting March 29, 2020.
Today, Japanese low-cost carrier Peach Aviation Limited (Peach) announced new service from Tokyo-Narita (NRT) to Nagasaki and Kagoshima. The carrier will offer daily nonstop service to Nagasaki and twice daily service to Kagoshima from March 29, 2020. Additionally, Peach will increase service between Osaka-Kansai and Miyazaki to two daily roundtrip flights and will increase frequency on the Osaka-Kansai to Kagoshima route to three flights daily. The Peach Press Release on Tuesday stated in part,
“With today’s addition of two new domestic routes, Peach will serve eight domestic and two international routes for a total of 10 Narita routes. Peach now flies to four destinations in Kyushu: Fukuoka, Nagasaki, Kagoshima, and Amami. The Company provides “flying trains” to encourage more travel between Kyushu and the metropolitan areas.”
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 30M 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