Vanilla Air is a low-cost airline in Japan, owned by the company All Nippon Airways. The airline is based in Narita International Airport in Narita, Japan.
The company was first founded in November 2013, and commenced flying operations a few months later in December 2013.
It has history with the company AirAsia Japan, as its parent company at the time AirAsia announced they would no longer invest in AirAsia Japan. This meant that AirAsia Japan became wholly owned by ANA. The company decided to rebrand AirAsia Japan to Vanilla Air, as of November 2013.
In 2018, the airline announced that they will be merging with the airline Peach Aviation by the end of the 2019 financial year. Both airlines have ensured that any flights that have already been purchased will be secured.
Vanilla Air currently flies to over 10 destinations across 3 countries. Click on the logos below to find out all the destinations it flies to.
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Narita International Airport, or Tokyo Narita Airport is an international airport located in and serving Tokyo, Japan. As this airport handles 50% of the country’s international passenger traffic, Narita is currently Japan’s main international airport.
Narita airport currently only has 2 runways, but in 2017 it handles over 40.6 million passengers and over 2 million tonnes of cargo, from 243 thousand aircraft.
Vanilla Air currently consists of the following aircraft: Airbus A320-200.