Peach Aviation Ltd will resume flights on its Osaka (Kansai) - Hong Kong route from January 20, 2023 with seven round trips per week.
Regardless of whether passengers depart from Kansai or Hong Kong, all departures are at night, so they can make it in time even after work, and with a schedule that allows them to connect from all over Japan.
The Osaka (Kansai) - Hong Kong route will resume operations for the first time in about three years since it was suspended on March 2, 2020. With this, Peach’s international flights from Kansai will operate four routes that include the Osaka (Kansai) - Seoul (Incheon)/Taipei (Taoyuan) routes that resumed operations in August, as well as the Osaka (Kansai) - Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) route that will be newly opened in December as the first medium-distance route.
In addition, the Osaka (Kansai) - Seoul (Incheon) route will increase the number of flights to a total of four flights, one round trip each, on January 21 and 24, in light of the recovery in demand.
Peach, which started operating from Kansai Airport as Japan’s first LCC in 2012, said it will continue to provide casual travel with stable low fares, thoroughly implementing infection control measures.© Japan Today