New Japanese Airlines
Thursday, March 15, 2012
A number of new discount airlines offering low-cost service in Japan are starting business. A total of three new airlines expect to be on-line by this summer.
Peach Aviation Ltd. is already now flying between Kansai and Nagasaki, according to Kyodo News. Peach's strategy is minimum service at low prices. Items such as blankets and free meals have been eliminated. Peach is partly owned by All Nippon Airways Co.
With the plan to launch service this July, Jetstar Japan Co., owned by JAL, the Qantas Group in Australia and Mitsubishi, will be the second new start-up airline.
And the third airline to start service in Japan is AirAsia Japan Co, which is expected to be on-line by August.
These new discount airlines will benefit the flying public -- as well as provide more opportunities to Japanese pilots. These airlines will certainly be hiring pilots and crews, and as they grow, hiring even more pilots and crew members.
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