AirAsia plans to restart services to Japan in 2016 after its revamped low-cost carrier (LCC) subsidiary AirAsia Japan returns to the market following the 2013 collapse of a joint venture with All Nippon Airways (ANA). The low-cost carrier (LCC) will use new Airbus A320-200 aircraft from AirAsia’s order book, with deliveries starting in August. The airline will fly out of its home hub at Chubu Centrair Airport, Nagoya, and is targeting a six-strong A320 fleet by the end of next year, ...

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