Jetstar Japan makes Takamatsu its eighth route from Tokyo Narita

Jetstar Japan has adds Takamatsu to its Tokyo Narita network.

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.


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