Peach Aviation is a budget airline based in Osaka, Japan. It was founded in February 2011 as a joint venture with All Nippon Airways and begins operations in March 2012. It is Japan’s first true low-cost carrier and fares will be up to 65% lower than its competitors.
From its base at Kansai International Airport, Peach will initially fly to 2 destinations in Japan and 1 in Korea. Peach plans to expand its network over the next five years and fly to China, Taiwan, and Guam.
Peach will operate a fleet of Airbus A320 aircraft configured to have 180 seats.
Current Peach destinations include:
Hong Kong (Hong Kong International Airport)
Shanghai (Shanghai Pudong International Airport)
Fukuoka (Fukuoka Airport)
Ishigaki (New Ishigaki Airport)
Kagoshima (Kagoshima Airport)
Matsuyama (Matsuyama Airport)
Miyazaki (Miyazaki Airport)
Nagasaki (Nagasaki Airport)
Naha (Naha Airport)
Osaka (Kansai International Airport)
Sapporo (New Chitose Airport)
Sendai (Sendai Airport)
Tokyo (Haneda Airport)
Tokyo (Narita International Airport)
Busan (Gimhae International Airport)
Seoul (Incheon International Airport)
Kaohsiung (Kaohsiung International Airport)
Taipei (Taoyuan International Airport)
Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi Airport)