JAL subsidiary LCC ZIP AIR restarted Honolulu services and will launch Singapore services in September 2021
ZIP AIR Tokyo, a JAL subsidiary LCC, restarted a Narita-Honolulu flight a week and will increase the frequency to two flights a week in October, and also will launch Narita-Singapore service in September.
JAL is driving its LCC strategy in earnest, establishing three LCC networks based in Narita for tourists and VFR
JAL is developing its LCC strategy in earnest, establishing LCC networks based in Narita Airport with a consolidated subsidiary SPRING JAPN, additionally investing Jetstar Japan and a 100% subsidiary ZIP AIR.
ANA and Peach Aviation, an ANA subsidiary LCC, will begin code-shared flights on Paech’s operating domestic Narita and Chubu (Nagoya) routes in late August 2021.
JAL-affiliated LCC ZIPAIR is ready to fly to Honolulu on December 19, serving a PCR test package as an option
ZIPAIR Tokyo, a JAL subsidiary LCC, will serve 16 Narita-Honolulu flights in the period between December 19 and the end of January 2021, offering a PCR test package at Narita Airport as an option service.
Japanese LCC Peach Aviation offers one-stop service of flight booking and antigen test for confidence to travel
Japanese LCC Peach Aviation offers an antigen test opportunity to a passenger at test fee of 3,000 JPY on domestic Kansai-Miyazaki and Kansai-Amami routes. Peach expects to verify how the test is effective to improve travelers’ confidences.
ANA drastically transforms its business model to survive the crisis, launching a new LCC for middle-range international services
ANA has decided to transform its business model drastically to survive the today's crisis, launching a new LCC brand for middle-range international services and building a new platform business by dividing ANA Sales. Final net loss for FY2020 ended March 31 2021 is expected to reach 510 billion JPY.
JAL’s subsidiary LCC ZIP AIR TOKYO will start serving two flight a week between Narita and Seoul on October 16 2020, four months later than the original plan, following restart of business travel between Japan and South Korea.