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Peach to Resume Service to Taipei From Osaka and Tokyo From October 25, 2020

Peach Aviation Limited announced on Thursday that they will resume scheduled service to Taipei from Osaka (Kansai) and Tokyo (Haneda/Narita) from October 25, 2020. The carrier will operate three weekly flights on each route.

Peach Airbus A320 - Courtesy Airbus

Today (September 10, 2020), Peach Aviation Limited (Peach), announced the resumption of service to Taipei from Osaka-Kansai and Tokyo (Haneda and Narita) starting October 25, 2020. After suspension of international routes seven months ago, the Japanese low-cost carrier will offer three weekly flights on each route. Since launching the Osaka-Taipei route in 2012, Peach has built up their service to the Taiwanese capital to ten routes, more than any other international destination, as part of their goal to be the “Bridge to Asia.”

Peach Resumes Service to Taipei From Osaka and Tokyo - Courtesy Peach Aviation

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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