Articles Tagged ‘Peach Aviation’
Peach Aviation links Tokyo Haneda with Taipei Taoyuan.
LCCs continue to see market share growth in Japanese domestic market; ANA and JAL focus on international growth
LCCs share of the Japanese domestic market has risen to 8%, but All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines still have almost three-quarters of the market. Capacity to China is growing rapidly with China Eastern Airlines increasing seats by over 40%
While Vietnam Airlines received its first A350-900 aircraft from Airbus, the European manufacturer will have to add some power if it wants to catch up with Boeing, which leads the 2015 delivery race by 73 units. Overall, both Airbus and Boeing stepped up their deliveries in the sixth month of the year, handing over a […]
Peach Aviation now connects Tokyo Narita with Fukuoka and Sapporo Chitose. Faces intense competition.
Peach Aviation adds its second international service from Okinawa, and fourth route in total.
Having just celebrated its 20th anniversary, Osaka’s Kansai International Airport has seen an upturn in its fortunes since local LCCs emerged. We examine the traffic growth, leading airlines and country markets as the airport heads for 20 million annual passengers.
CEOs of AirAsia and AirAsia X lead FTE Asia 2014 speaker line-up – both to reveal plans to enhance passenger experiences in KL next month
We know your true passion is airline network planning, but we’re sure you’ll also be interested in FTE Asia 2014, which is all about improving the end-to-end passenger experience, and includes senior speakers from the likes of AirAsia, AirAsia X, Malaysia Airlines, Qatar Airways, KLM, Air New Zealand, Oman Air and Peach Aviation.
Peach Aviation commences route #2 to Fukuoka with daily flights from Okinawa, using A320s. Competes against All Nippon Airways, Japan Transocean Air and Skymark Airlines.
Peach Aviation begins twice-daily flights on 245-kilometre route from Osaka Kansai.
Peach Aviation now links Osaka Kansai with Kaohsiung with daily A320 flights in competition with China Airlines.
Belgrade Airport’s firecrews proudly display the first ‘Arch of Triumph’ winner’s certificate of 2014 for their FTWA for the launch of SWISS’ new Geneva service. Week two results for 2014 inside, including the first ever disqualification.
17 carriers to 29 destinations; Naha Airport grows with new flights to Sapporo; top 12 destinations remain mostly stable
Okinawa Naha Airport, with 94% of the weekly seats to domestic destinations, has lost United Airlines, yet gained Jin Air. Peach Aviation launches the latest new domestic route to Ishigaki, as it spearheads growth along with Jetstar Japan. The number of carriers and destinations has not changed, although flights and seats are growing; anna.aero finds […]