Junichi Nakamura, Okinawa Station Manager, Peach Aviation, was joined by an Okinawa tourism mascot to celebrate the Japanese LCC’s first flight to Kaohsiung in Taiwan on 26 April. The airline will serve the 838-kilometre airport pair daily with A320s and faces incumbent competition in the form of Tigerair Taiwan and China Airlines.
- Peach Aviation introduced a new link between Okinawa (OKA), Japan and Kaohsiung (KHH), Taiwan on 26 April. The Japanese LCC will serve the 838-kilometre route with daily flights, operated by its A320s. It faces direct competition from incumbent carriers Tigerair Taiwan and China Airlines, which will offer daily and four times weekly services on this route respectively during the week commencing 1 May. OAG schedules show that this will be Peach Aviation’s second link to Kaohsiung, with the airline already operating daily to the Taiwanese city from Osaka Kansai.