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Hokkaido International Airlines

Hokkaido International Airlines Also known as Air Do, is a Japanese low-cost airline. Based in Sapporo, Hokkaido, it operates between Tokyo and cities in Hokkaido. Its main base is Tokyo International Airport (Haneda).

Website: Hokkaido International Airlines

Airtransse

Airtransse Airtranss is an airline based in Hakodate Japan. It operates scheduled passenger services. The airline operates thrice-daily services between Hakodate and Obihiro, both in Hokkaido. Some flights go through New Chitose. Service between Hakodate and Memanbetsu began April 1, 2006.

Website: Airtransse

All Nippon Airways

All Nippon Airways All Nippon Airways Co., Ltd. (ANA) is a Japanese company that is active in four business segments: Air Transportation, Traveling, Hotel and Others. Its Air Transportation segment is engaged in the air transportation business, as well as the provision of services at airports, the provision of reservation services through telephones and the maintenance of aircrafts in the country and overseas markets.

Website: All Nippon Airways

Nippon Cargo Airlines

Nippon Cargo Airlines NCA, is a cargo airline owned by Nippon Yusen. Nippon Cargo Airlines started flights on September 21 of 1978, from Tokyo. Over time, their network has grown to include many cities on three continents: Asia, Europe and North America.

Website: Nippon Cargo Airlines

Amakusa Airlines

Amakusa Airlines Amakusa Airlines was established on 9 October 1998 and started operations on 23 March 2000. It is owned by the municipal government (80%) and Japan Airlines Domestic; is an airline based in Kumamoto, Japan. It operates a regional service from Amakusa.

Website: Amakusa Airlines

Ibex Airlines

Ibex Airlines Ibex Airlines, is an airline based in Tokyo, Japan. It operates domestic services mainly from Narita International Airport, Tokyo and Osaka International Airport. Its main base is Sendai Airport.

Website: Ibex Airlines

Japan Airlines

Japan Airlines Japan Airlines Corporation or JAL, is the largest airline operator in Asia. JAL has the largest fleet of Boeing 747s in the world (approximately 76, at March 2005). It is one of only two Asian airlines to fly to Latin America (Malaysia Airlines route to Buenos Aires, JAL routes to Mexico City and São Paulo).

Website: Japan Airlines

Kyokushin Air

Kyokushin Air Kyokushin Air is a commuter airline for residents in Sado Island, Japan. It conducts commuter service between Sado Island and Niigata Airport. The airline uses Britten-Norman BN2 Islander aircraft for their services.

Website: Kyokushin Air

New Central Airlines

New Central Airlines New Central Air Corporation or NCA is a charter domestic passenger airline based in Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan; NCA operates flights from Chofu Airport, west of Tokyo, to the islands of Kozushima, Niijima, and Oshima.

Website: New Central Airlines

Galaxy Airlines Company

Galaxy Airlines Company Galaxy Airlines Co. Ltd. is a cargo-only airline. Owned by the Japanese logistics company SG Holdings Co., Ltd. (formerly the Sagawa Kyubin Group), services are expected to begin sometime in 2006. The planned routes are from Haneda Airport to New Chitose Airport, New Kitakyushu Airport and Naha Airport.

Website: Galaxy Airlines Company

Oriental Air Bridge

Oriental Air Bridge Oriental Air Bridge Co. Ltd. is a Japanese charter airline. Based at Nagasaki Airport, it operates regional domestic passenger services. The airline was established in 1961 as Nagasaki Airways. It was renamed Oriental Air Bridge in March 2001.

Website: Oriental Air Bridge

Skynet Asia Airways

Skynet Asia Airways Skynet Asia Airways Co. Ltd. is a low-cost airline based in Fukuoka, Japan. It operates services mainly between Miyazaki/Kumamoto/Nagasaki and Tokyo. Skynet Asia Airways operates services to the following domestic scheduled destinations (as of August 2005): Kumamoto, Miyazaki, and Nagasaki to/from Tokyo.

Website: Skynet Asia Airways


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