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AirAsia Japan is back: first service Nagoya to Sapporo

by on October 16, 2017
 

AirAsia Japan returns to the Japanese skies, offering flights between Nagoya and Sapporo. The twice-daily service begins on 29th October 2017, connecting Nagoya, capital of Japan’s Aichi Prefecture to the capital of northern Hokkaido prefecture.

The Japanese affiliate of the AirAsia Group has maintained interest in Nagoya since their earlier foray into this crowded market. AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes made reference to this in his comments….

…. It’s great to be back in Japan. It hasn’t been easy, and I want to thank my partners Rakuten, Octave, Noevir and Alpen for their support and patience. Many people thought we would give up and not bother but we owe it to the people of Japan and our staff to keep going. This took a long time but, like good wine, all good things take time and we are off the taxiway and ready to take off. Tony Fernandes

Promotion fares

To celebrate the return of service, you can book a special promotional one-way base fare between Nagoya and Sapporo from only ¥5. The offer is available at airasia.com from 17th October (0001h GMT +9) to 22nd October (2359h GMT +9) for travel between 29th October 2017 and 24rd March 2018. * One-way base fare inclusive of sales tax. Does not include airport taxes and fees. Terms and conditions apply.

AirAsia Japan is a joint venture between AirAsia Berhad and four Japanese partners. The airline operates two A320-200 aircraft from its hub at Nagoya’s Chubu Centrair International Airport.

…. We are honoured to be the first airline to be based in Nagoya’s Chubu Centrair International Airport and we are committed to connecting as many guests as possible at low fares to AirAsia’s extensive network, as well as bridging communities and cultures for the benefit of the local economy. AirAsia Japan CEO Osamu Hata

Travellers from outside Japan can fly into Sapporo from Kuala Lumpur with AirAsia X. Fly down to Nagoya after a holiday in Hokkaido. Nagoya is just over the border from Kyoto, close to Kansai International Airport. From Kansai, you can connect to Kuala Lumpur or Honolulu on AirAsia X.

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