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Peach has its head office at Kansai International Airport in Japan's Osaka Prefecture plus another two hubs at Naha Airport in Okinawa and Narita International Airport in the Greater Tokyo area. The airport operates 14 domestic routes as well as 12 services to China, South Korea, Taiwan and Thailand and sees itself as a bridge between Japan and Asia. It plans to continually increase the number and frequency of its routes and add further destinations. The economic cost of Peach tickets and its short-haul routes make it very popular with Japanese customers wanting to make day trips for tourism or to visit family and friends in different parts of the country.
The airline's planes carry a distinct livery of white and bold pink with contrast lettering, a colour scheme you'll see reflected on its website when you go online to book your budget flights to Japan. Whether you're travelling to Japan or Asia for business or leisure Peach flights give you great prices combined with an efficient Japanese service that includes:
At the end of November 2016 Peach flights were operated with a total of 18 Airbus A320 aircraft. A further 15 are on order to cater for proposed route expansions, giving an indicator of the airline's confidence in its future growth.
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Peach Aviation is a low-cost Japanese airline that started its life as A&F Aviation in 2011. It was a joint enterprise between All Nippon Airways and the First Eastern Investment Group of Hong Kong. Keen to present a strong image right from the start, the airline engaged Neil Denari to design its livery and James Wilkie to create its uniforms. The first commercial Peach flights were between Kansai and New Chitose airports in March 2012. The strong focus Peach gives to passenger reservation and check-in experiences has turned it into one of Japans' most successful low-cost carriers.
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