Air Do, also known as Hokkaido International Airlines, is a Japanese budget airline. It was established in 1996 and began operations in 1998, making it one of the first low cost airlines based in Japan.
Air Do operates domestic flights between Tokyo and cities in the Hokkaido region. As of 2011, it has a fleet of 10 Boeing aircraft and operates scheduled flights to 11 destinations in Japan.
The official Air Do website is not available in English. Ticketing and information is available in English by calling customer service.
Current Air Do destinations include:
Asahikawa (Asahikawa Airport)
Fukushima (Fukushima Airport)
Hakodate (Hakodate Airport)
Komatsu (Komatsu Airport)
Nagoya (Chubu Centrair Airport)
Niigata (Niigata Airport)
Ozora (Memanbetsu Airport)
Oihiro (Tokachi-Obihiro Airport)
Sapporo (New Chitose Airport)
Sendai (Sendai Airport)
Tokyo (Haneda International Airport)
Toyama (Toyama Airport)