Peach Opens A New Base in The Greater Tokyo Area!

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Peach Opens A New Base in The Greater Tokyo Area!

- We will expand our network even further from the new Narita Airport base-

  • Today, Peach opened a new base at Narita Airport.
  • With the expansion of our business from Tokyo (Narita), we have established a Narita Operations Support Center.
  • Starting today, domestic and international flights will operate from Narita Airport Terminal 3.

Peach Aviation Limited ("Peach"; Representative Director and CEO: Shinichi Inoue) has setted a new base at Narita Airport for the 2019 Winter Schedule starting today, Sunday, October 27. Aircraft will stay overnight at Narita airport to realize more flexible and proactive flight schedule, so that we can further expand our network from Narita Airport as Peach's gateway of the Tokyo area. A group of pilots and cabin crews will be based in Narita airport, and Narita Operations Support Center will open on Friday, November 1 to support the operation and to smoothly promote business in the Region.

Today Peach has begun operations at Terminal 3, instead of Terminal 1, the place of which Peach had used since it started operation at Narita Airport on October 27, 2013. From today, all domestic and international Peach flights to and from Narita Airport will use Terminal 3, including our first international flight from Narita, Tokyo (Narita) to Kaohsiung and Tokyo (Narita) to Taipei (Taoyuan), which will inagurate today.

Before starting the operation of the first flight from Terminal 3, which was the flight from Tokyo (Narita) to Osaka (Kansai), Peach staff, including CEO Inoue, handed out drinks and snacks to passengers to show their appreciation. At a following ceremony, CEO Inoue stated that " 'Flying train' Peach will keep expanding its network from Narita Airport and offer much easier travel for people flying to and from Japan and other parts of Asia."

Peach will continue to support affordable air travel for all and contribute to further regional revitalization as well as aiming to become the leading low cost carrier in Japan and the rest of Asia.

<From Tokyo (Narita)>

Tokyo (Narita)-Osaka(Kansai)
Tokyo (Narita)-Fukuoka
Tokyo (Narita)-Okinawa (Naha)
Tokyo (Narita)-Sapporo (New Chitose)
Tokyo (Narita)-Amami
Tokyo (Narita)-Taipei(Taoyuan) (Service started Oct. 27)
Tokyo (Narita)-Kaohsiung (Service started Oct. 27)
Tokyo (Narita)-Ishigaki (Service will start on Dec. 26)


Airbus A320-200 (Capacity 180)

This press release was sourced from Peach Aviation on 27-Oct-2019.