Published on : Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Peach Aviation Limited (Peach; Representative Director & CEO: Shinichi Inoue, Head office: Izumisano-shi, Osaka) announced today that as of today, it has started offering boarding services for its international routes at the LCC terminal at Naha Airport.
While boarding procedures for Peach’s international flights departing from and arriving at Naha Airport have been taking place at the international terminal to date, due to the start of the use of the international facilities at the LCC terminal, these procedures will now take place at the LCC terminal for all of Peach’s international flights, making it easier to find the location as well as cut down on the time required for connections between international and domestic flights.
This has been made possible by the facilitation of the necessary security, customs, and
immigration facilities required for boarding international flights at the LCC terminal at Naha Airport in the same manner as its international terminal.
Starting July 19, when Peach will open a new route between Okinawa (Naha) and Fukuoka, Naha Airport will be positioned as a second hub for the carrier after Kansai International Airport. The commencement of Peach’s services for boarding procedures for its international flights at the LCC terminal will be a major step for its deployment of Naha Airport as a second hub. By positioning Naha Airport, in addition to Kansai International Airport, as its hub, Peach will expand its international routes that fly to and from Naha Airport from its current one round-trip daily Okinawa (Naha) – Taipei (Taoyuan) route and aim to capture the vigorous demand to visit Japan that now exists in Asia.
Peach currently operates ten domestic and six international routes, and opened a new route between Osaka (Kansai) and Matsuyama on February 1. Peach will continue to aggressively develop routes and create new flows of movement among people by steadily stimulating new forms of aviation demand with its low fares.
Source:- Peach Aviation
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