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About Japan Air Commuter

Japan Air Commuter Company Ltd., is an airline based in Kirishima, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. This Japanese airline was founded in 1983 and is a member of the Oneworld Alliance. It is part owned by Japan Airlines, and runs feeder services for this company. Read more about what a commuter flight is here.

Japan Air Commuter Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Japan Air Commuter allow one personal item, for example a handbag or laptop case, plus one carry-on bag measuring no more than 45 x 35 x 20 cm. The combined total of these items must weigh no more than 10kg.

Checked Baggage

Checked baggage for Japan Air Commuter flights should fir within 203cm for the combined dimensions of length, width and height. The baggage must be within the weight restrictions of 32kg. Japan Air Commuter may not necessarily include this as free baggage, so be sure to check your ticket or booking to see what you are allowed or purchase additional baggage.

Japan Air Commuter Destinations

Japan Air Commuter currently fly to the following destinations:



Kikai Island

Amami Oshima



Yoron Islands








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Japan Air Commuter Hub Airport

Osaka International Airport

Osaka International Airport (大阪国際空港), commonly referred to as Itami Airport is located in the Kansai region in Japan and opened in 1939. Although otherwise named, the airport operates only to domestic destinations due to Kansai International Airport taking over the area’s international flights in 1994.

In 2006, Itami was announced as Japan’s third busiest airport, and the busiest in the Kansai region. In addition, in 2015 it saw 14.5 million passengers, across 139,000 aircraft. The airport is the hub for All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines, but also runs services for airlines such as Skymark Airlines.

Osaka International Airport photo outside

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