The All Nippon Airways Coaching Middle, which beforehand included the headquarters of Air Japan

Air Japan Co., Ltd. (株式会社エアージャパン, Kabushiki-gaisha Eā Japan) is a constitution airline based mostly in Narita Worldwide Airport in Narita, Chiba in Japan. It operates scheduled providers underneath the ANA model.[3] It was introduced on 2 April 2010 that Air Japan and ANA & JP Specific will merge, with Air Japan being the surviving firm.[4] Air Japan shares the identical callsign with All Nippon Airways on all flights besides routes to and from Seoul Incheon, Hong Kong, Taipei, and Honolulu which use the Air Japan name signal.

Historical past[edit]

Air Japan was established as World Air Community on 29 June 1990 and have become the constitution airline arm of ANA, however ceased operation since September 1995. In 2000, World Air Community was renamed Air Japan and relaunched service in 2001, the primary flight departed from Osaka to Seoul, South Korea.[5]

Company affairs[edit]

The airline has its headquarters on the ANA Sky-center (ANAスカイセンター) 3B, Narita Worldwide Airport in Narita, Chiba.[6]

The headquarters was in Higashikōjiya [ja] (東糀谷), Ōta, Tokyo.[7]

Along with its headquarters, Air Japan additionally used to have places of work at Shiodome Metropolis Middle in Minato, Tokyo.[7]


Air Japan passenger flights serve the next locations (as of March 2018):[8]

All passenger routes are code-shared with All Nippon Airways and put on ANA livery.

The Air Japan fleet consists of plane from the ANA mainline fleet. It’s made up of two Boeing 767-300, 28 Boeing 767-300ER, 22 Boeing 787-Eight and 28 Boeing 787-9 plane. These plane are all operated by each ANA and Air Japan pilots.


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