AirJapan Cancels Its Inaugural Flight from Tokyo/Narita to Seoul/Incheon Scheduled for February 22nd Due to Aircraft Malfunction

ANA Holdings’ new mid-distance international brand, AirJapan, will cancel its scheduled inaugural flight from Tokyo/Narita to Seoul/Incheon and others on February 22nd due to aircraft malfunction.

The cancellations include two round-trip flights: one from Tokyo/Narita to Seoul/Incheon, and another from Tokyo/Narita to Bangkok/Suvarnabhumi, resulting in the cancellation of all flights scheduled by the company for February 22nd. The Tokyo/Narita to Seoul/Incheon route was set to be inaugurated on that day. The company cited aircraft malfunction as the reason for the cancellations.

AirJapan had launched its service on February 9th with the Tokyo/Narita to Bangkok/Suvarnabhumi route. It has been operating with its first aircraft (a Boeing 787-8, registration number: JA803A) and had planned to commence its second route, Tokyo/Narita to Seoul/Incheon, on February 22nd.

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