Peach is an airline that began services in March 2012 with a completely new concept.
Based on the idea of a ‘flying train’, and making possible what had previously seemed impossible in the Japanese aviation industry, we develop air routes back-to-back at the fastest speed ever to continually expand our business.
What Peach is aiming for is to become a ‘bridge for Asia’.
It is our dream to enable everyone to travel casually at modest fares and create a world filled with happiness and warm smiles by bringing people together.
College students enjoying day trips abroad.
Fathers working far away from their families going home from Kansai to Sapporo every week.
Young women in Taiwan regularly going to hair salons in Okinawa.
Couples in distant cities flying out to see each other.
Our world of flying trains has come to be, and big changes are occurring, not only in Japan but in the skies above Asia as well.
In our drive to become a ‘bridge for Asia’, Peach was selected as a ‘Global Growth Company’ in the World Economic Forum in 2012.
In 2015, we became the first airline in northeast Asia to receive the title of ‘LCC of the Year’ from the Centre for Aviation (CAPA), a major global aviation think tank. This affirmed our unique value, not only in Japan but also in Asia and on the global stage.
In recent years, we have initiated collaborations with top Japanese artists and world-class auto makers and the appreciation to our value is widely spreading.
Five years have passed since Peach first appeared on the Japanese aviation scene, and the company has only just entered the beginning of a new era. Although initially noticed for its modest fares as Japan’s first LCC, Peach will take a step ahead of the price competition. While maintaining our affordable fares, we will embrace the slogan ‘from price competition to value creation’ in order to differentiate the experience flying Peach beyond the conventional framework of airlines and continue to cultivate demand in the ever-growing Asian market.
Peach will continue to move forward to realize its dream to become a ‘bridge for Asia’.
Our story continues....