Skymark's “Narita Shuttle” programme has grown considerably since its conception in October 2011, and now includes at least double-daily connections to Asahikawa, Sapporo Chitose, Fukoka and Okinawa, as well as the latest arrival – Kobe.
- Japanese LCC Skymark Airlines has launched double-daily flights between its bases at Tokyo Narita (NRT) and Kobe (UKB) using 177-seat 737-800s, of which it currently operates 24. This is the airline’s eighth domestic route from the off-shore island airport that serves Kobe, and makes it by far the biggest carrier at the airport, now operating some 27 daily departures. On three of the eight routes competition is provided by All Nippon Airways. This is now also Skymark’s fifth route at Tokyo Narita, from where it was already serving Asahikawa, Fukuoka, Okinawa, and Sapporo.