Articles Tagged ‘AirAsia Japan’

All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines combined share of Japanese domestic market falls below 75%

All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines combined share of Japanese domestic market falls below 75%

With Japan’s two largest carriers not growing their domestic capacities, other carriers now account for more than one-quarter of the market with the likes of Jetstar Japan, Peach and Vanilla Air all growing. With their 787 fleets ANA and JAL have even reported double-digit international growth in April and May this year.

17 carriers to 29 destinations; Naha Airport grows with new flights to Sapporo; top 12 destinations remain mostly stable

17 carriers to 29 destinations; Naha Airport grows with new flights to Sapporo; top 12 destinations remain mostly stable

Okinawa Naha Airport, with 94% of the weekly seats to domestic destinations, has lost United Airlines, yet gained Jin Air. Peach Aviation launches the latest new domestic route to Ishigaki, as it spearheads growth along with Jetstar Japan. The number of carriers and destinations has not changed, although flights and seats are growing; anna.aero finds […]

Taipei Taoyuan Airport ready to break 30m annual passengers in 2013; new flights to Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia spearhead growth

Taipei Taoyuan Airport ready to break 30m annual passengers in 2013; new flights to Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia spearhead growth

Once the home to the world’s tallest building, Taipei 101, the city is having to console itself with having a fast growing international airport instead, with Taipei Taoyuan International Airport delivering double digit passenger increases in two of the last three years. anna.aero finds out just how high it can go.


AirAsia Japan set to 'disappear' at end of October; ANA to announce plans for 'new' LCC later this month

AirAsia Japan set to ‘disappear’ at end of October; ANA to announce plans for ‘new’ LCC later this month

The Japanese LCC market is already evolving, just a year after AirAsian Japan, Jetstar Japan and Peach were all launched with the assistance of either All Nippon Airways or Japan Airlines. We take a closer look at the route network of AirAsia Japan, to see how much competition it has been facing in the market.

AirAsia Japan starts Tokyo Narita to Taipei Taoyuan route

AirAsia Japan starts Tokyo Narita to Taipei Taoyuan route

AirAsia Japan inaugurates flights from Tokyo Narita Airport to Taipei Taoyuan Airport.

AirAsia Group still growing at 20% but drops 11 routes; most new routes in Indonesia, Zest Air merger in the Philippines

AirAsia Group still growing at 20% but drops 11 routes; most new routes in Indonesia, Zest Air merger in the Philippines

Asia’s biggest LCC is still highly profitable, and growing quickly. But along the way even the AirAsia group of airlines has dropped a few routes in the last 12 months, and we reveal which ones. However, it is also starting more than twice as many as it is dropping.


AirAsia Japan launches first international service from Nagoya; adds flights to Sapporo Chitose

AirAsia Japan launches first international service from Nagoya; adds flights to Sapporo Chitose

AirAsia Japan inaugurates flights from Nagoya to both Seoul Incheon and Sapporo Chitose.

Sapporo Chitose breaks through 16 million passenger barrier in 2012; ANA scoops #1 airline

Sapporo Chitose breaks through 16 million passenger barrier in 2012; ANA scoops #1 airline

Growth seems to be returning to Sapporo Chitose Airport again, with anna.aero 2013 estimates of close to 18 million annual passengers anticipated at the airport serving the fourth largest city in Japan. Sounds like a reason to celebrate with a local beer!

AirAsia Japan launches its second base in Nagoya Chūbu

AirAsia Japan launches its second base in Nagoya Chūbu

AirAsia Japan inaugurates Nagoya Chubu as its second base with services to Fukuoka.


Japanese domestic air travel market growing again thanks to emergence of AirAsia Japan, Jetstar Japan and Peach

Japanese domestic air travel market growing again thanks to emergence of AirAsia Japan, Jetstar Japan and Peach

Japan’s two biggest carriers, ANA and Japan Airlines, reported a combined growth of almost 6% in their domestic traffic in 2012. But compared with 2010 demand is still down 7%. However, the new breed of local LCCs has resulted in domestic capacity being almost 8% up in April.

AirAsia Japan adds Busan as second South Korean destination

AirAsia Japan adds Busan as second South Korean destination

AirAsia Japan inaugurates daily services from Tokyo Narita to Busan in South Korea.

AirAsia Japan goes South Korea: adds services to Seoul Incheon

AirAsia Japan goes South Korea: adds services to Seoul Incheon

AirAsia Japan commences South Korean expansion with services from Tokyo Narita to Seoul Incheon.