Articles Tagged ‘NRT’
South Korean carriers dominate the market from Seoul Incheon to Japan; ANA withdraws from the market
As Jin Air increases its offering from Seoul Incheon to Japan this week with the launch of services to Nagasaki, anna.aero examines the latest changes in the market.
Asia Atlantic Airlines commences daily services from Bangkok Airport to Tokyo Narita Airport.
Skymark Airlines inaugurates flights from Kobe Airport, Okinawa Airport and Tokyo Narita Airport to Ishigaki Airport.
Jeju Air launches services from Seoul Incheon Airport to Tokyo Narita Airport.
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 inaugurates flights from Tokyo Narita Airport to Taipei Taoyuan Airport.
Japan Airlines launches Helsinki Airport as its fifth European destination from Tokyo Narita Airport.
Jetstar Japan launches daily flights between Tokyo Narita Airport and Matsuyama Airport.
Jetstar Japan now serves 13 routes with 12 A320s; Matsuyama and Kagoshima are newest destinations served
Jetstar Japan is one of three LCCs that launched in the country in 2012. We look at how many routes the airline now serves and what competition it faces, and have route launch pictures from Kagoshima and Matsuyama, featuring some unusual characters.
Jetstar Japan launches services from its Tokyo Narita Airport base to Nagoya Chubu Airport.
United Airlines celebrates the launch of nine routes; commences services from Chicago O’Hare Airport to Shannon Airport, and from Denver Airport to Tokyo Narita Airport.
We delve into whether capacity between two of the world’s economic powerhouses is increasing as a result of improved access to Tokyo Haneda, as well as in the introduction of the 787-8, which is capable of opening up thin, long-haul routes never considered before its introduction.