AirJapan, the new airline brand for medium-haul international routes under ANA HOLDINGS INC., announced it will begin service on the Narita-Incheon route, connecting Tokyo Narita International Airport and Incheon International Airport in South Korea on February 22, 2024 and marks the second route for the airline.
“The launch of the Narita-Incheon route is another significant milestone for AirJapan, and it exemplifies our commitment to delivering innovative, thoughtful and flexible travel experiences,” said Hideki Mineguchi, Chief Executive Officer and President of AirJapan. “Incheon airport is a convenient hub for connecting flights, and we can expect steady demand from both passengers departing from Japan and from overseas destinations throughout the year. We remain steadfast in our commitment to meeting evolving global travel preferences and are proud to play a role in broadening the range of travel options for passengers while upholding the ANA Group’s unwavering standards of quality, service and safety.”
Under the concept of “Fly Thoughtful”, Air Japan will provide a new style of travel that allows passengers to freely select and customize their services, combining the quality of ANA Group’s full service carrier (FSC) and the convenience of a low cost carrier (LCC).
The flight schedule will run from February 22 – March 30, 2024 on a Boeing 787-8 (324 seats, economy class). All prices are per seat, one-way from Narita. For round-trip itineraries departing from Narita, the same price applies for one-way itineraries departing from Seoul. Children under 2 years old who do not occupy a seat will be charged a flat rate of 3,000 yen.