AirJapan, the new airline brand of ANA Group, will begin service on the Tokyo Narita-Singapore route on Friday, April 26, 2024.
Singapore, the third destination for the new AirJapan brand, is not only an attractive tourist destination with a wealth of tourist attractions, but also a global business destination.
AirJapan Tokyo – Singapore
Changi Airport, one of Asia’s leading airports, offers more convenient access to and from the Southeast Asian region.
AirJapan plans to develop a growth of exchanges between Japan and Singapore, as well as between Japan and Southeast Asia.
It aims to provide a “Japanese culture” experience and whilst offering high quality and comfort at an affordable price.
Timed with the scheduled arrival of the second aircraft in April, flights on the Tokyo Narita – Bangkok route and the Narita – Seoul Incheon route that are due to commence service in February, will be increased to daily service.
The period of operation for the service Tokyo Narita – Singapore service will be: April 26, 2024 – October 26, 2024, operating as flight NQ4 from April 27, 2024.
The service will be conducted by the carriers Boeing 787-8 aircraft (324 seats, economy class)
ANA Holdings, the parent company for All Nippon Airways introduced their new subsidiary AirJapan early in 2022, to cater for medium-haul sectors and thus capture share in the Asian markets.
Commencing operation in 2024, AirJapan operates as a low-cost medium-haul carrier servicing flights to and from Southeast Asia using the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
The carrier will offer customers a variety of options in its services rooted in the Japanese culture as well as a comfortable cabin space at an affordable price. It will focus on providing a simple and streamlined customer experience, with a focus on Japanese hospitality.
AirJapan will be a separate brand from ANA, but it will operate under the same safety and operational standards.
The airline will also be a member of the Star Alliance, which means that customers will be able to earn and redeem miles on flights operated by other Star Alliance member airlines.
AirJapan’s flights will take off from Narita Airport’s Terminal 1, providing seamless connections to ANA Group airlines.
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