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Budget air carrier receives aircraft for Okinawa flights

Date Posted: 2012-06-15

AirAsia Japan is inspecting its first airliner, a 180-seat Airbus A320 jetliner that will be used on flights to Okinawa starting August 3rd.

The new plane arrived from France and is now undergoing inspection by the Tokyo-based airline, which is owned, in part, by All Nippon Airways. The Airbus, along with a second aircraft slated for delivery in several weeks, will be used on flights between Narita International Airport and Sapporo and Fukuoka, in addition to Okinawa.

The budget air carrier competition is intensifying on Japan routes, with Peach Aviation Ltd., also owned partially by ANA, now serving domestic routes, and Jetstar Japan, owned by Japan Airlines and Australia’s Qantas Group, ready to begin flying next month.

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