Skymark Increases Flights on Six Routes and Decreases on Two, Operating Summer Schedule


Skymark will increase flights on six routes and decrease on two in its summer schedule starting March 31.

It will add one round trip per day on the Tokyo/Haneda, Nagoya/Chubu, and Kobe to Sapporo/Chitose line, operating nine, three, and four round trips per day respectively. Fukuoka to Okinawa/Naha route will have up to three round trips per day, and Kobe to Okinawa/Naha route will operate five round trips per day. The Fukuoka to Shimojishima line will be operated as a seasonal flight with one round trip per day from July 1 to August 31. Additionally, one round trip per day will be decreased on the Tokyo/Haneda and Sapporo/Chitose to Fukuoka line, operating twelve and one round trips per day respectively.

A connecting flight via Kobe between Kagoshima and Sapporo/Chitose & Ibaraki will be established. Considering the cost increase, the fares have been revised, and the cancellation fee for “Ima Toku” tickets has been unified to 5,000 yen.

As a result, during the winter schedule period, up to 78 round trips (156 flights) will be operated per day. Ticket sales will start at 7:00 AM on January 31.

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