Jetstar Japan has added Takamatsu to its Tokyo Narita network with the introduction of twice-daily flights on 10 December. Celebrating the launch (seated) are (left to right); Mr. Yuzuru Ogasawara, Director, Takamatsu Airport Office, Osaka Regional Civil Aviation Bureau, MLIT; Mr. Katsunori Mizumoto, Chair of Kagawa Prefectural Assembly; Mr. Keizo Hamada, Governor of Kagawa Prefecture, Chairman of Takamatsu Airport Promotion Committee; Ms. Miyuki Suzuki, President & CEO, Jetstar Japan; Mr. Hideto Onishi, Mayor of Takamatsu City; and Mr. Motoshi Kamada, Chair of Takamatsu Municipal Assembly. The mascot’s name is Jetta (standing, far left).
- Jetstar Japan has added another domestic route from its base at Tokyo Narita (NRT). On 10 December it launched twice-daily flights on the 600-kilometre route to Takamatsu (TAK) using its 180-seat A320s. This brings to eight the number of domestic destinations served by Jetstar Japan from Tokyo Narita. No other carrier serves this airport-pair. However, All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines both operate six daily flights from Tokyo Haneda to Takamatsu.