Peach Aviation will resume daily flight from Tokyo (Haneda) to Seoul (ICN) on October 30 and to Taipei (TPE) on November 17, 2022 with this announcement:
Peach Aviation Limited will resume flights on its Tokyo (Haneda) – Taipei (Taoyuan) route on November 18 with seven roundtrips per week. In addition, the airline will begin daily service on the Osaka (Kansai) – Taipei (Taoyuan) route on November 17, which has operated twice a week since September 16.
In 2015, the Tokyo (Haneda) – Taipei (Taoyuan) route was the first operated from Haneda by a Japanese LCC. After one year and 11 months since its suspension on December 28, 2020, this will be the second international route from Haneda, following the Tokyo (Haneda) – Seoul (Incheon) route, which will resume service on October 31.
Resuming service on November 18, the Tokyo (Haneda) – Taipei (Taoyuan) route will depart Haneda Airport early morning and arrive 8:55 a.m. Taipei departure will late at night 8: 55 p.m. This will be allowing passengers to spend plenty of time in Taiwan and making possible the 0- night/2-day whirlwind trips that were popular before COVID. We have also prepared a schedule that allows visitors from Taiwan to visit Tokyo casually after work.
Peach has been operating three routes since August, starting with the Osaka (Kansai) – Seoul (Incheon) route and the Osaka (Kansai)/Tokyo (Narita) – Taipei (Taoyuan) route, and will resume the Tokyo (Haneda) – Seoul (Incheon) route on October 31. In addition, starting December 27, we will launch our first medium-haul route between Osaka (Kansai) and Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi), once again providing easy air travel as a “bridge to Asia”.
Top Copyright Photo: Peach Aviation (Japan) Airbus A320-214 JA820P (msn 7971) NRT (Michael B. Ing). Image: 940427.
Peach Aviation aircraft photo gallery: