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Peach Aviation Moved Narita Airport Terminal 1

Peach Aviation

Peach Aviation Limited moved its terminal at Narita Airport from Terminal 3 to Terminal 1 on October 25 and restarted some international routes.

When flying Peach at Narita Airport, boarding procedures have moved to the domestic check-in counter on the first floor of the South Wing and the B counter on the fourth floor of the North Wing for international flights.

In anticipation of further expansion of the Tokyo area network after COVID-19, by using the terminal directly connected to the railway station, passengers who use the railway from the Tokyo area as well as those living near Narita Airport have better access, which further improves convenience.

Peach has also restarted some international flights on Sunday. Peace will operate three flights a week from Tokyo (Narita), Tokyo (Haneda) and Osaka (Kansai) to Taipei (Taoyuan). Peach will serve a role as a public transportation system for “people who need to move” for business or study abroad while we work to control infection and revitalize the economy.

In addition, Peach has started service on the Sapporo (New-Chitose) / Sendai - Okinawa (Naha) route on Sunday. Both routes are once a day round trips. The network of domestic flights to and from each airport has expanded further, with five routes each for Okinawa (Naha), Sapporo (New-Chitose), and three for Sendai.

From Dec. 24, Peach will start service at Chubu Airport, connecting the Nagoya (Chubu) - Sapporo (New-Chitose) route with two round trips a day and the Nagoya (Chubu) - Sendai route with one round trip a day.

Peach will continue to provide affordable travel at low fares as a bridge connecting regions while thoroughly implementing infection countermeasures under the theme of “Bridging your Sky” while continuing to expand its network.

Peach began operating out of Kansai Airport in March 2012. Peach currently services 26 domestic and 17 international routes with 32 aircraft from its hubs: New-Chitose Airport, Sendai Airport, Narita Airport, Fukuoka Airport and Naha Airport in addition to Kansai Airport.

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