AWAS delivers second new A320 to Starflyer in Japan

Victoria
By Victoria March 25, 2013 14:16

AWAS delivers second new A320 to Starflyer in Japan

AWAS has delivered a second Airbus A320 passenger aircraft to Starflyer in Japan. AWAS, one of the leading Operating Lessors in the Japanese market, will deliver a further two aircraft to Starflyer during 2013 to support their continued growth and to promote a high level of service to its customers.
AWAS began its relationship with Starflyer in 2011 with an initial A320 delivery, and has built upon that ever since: offering the airline technical expertise to evolve its specifications to introduce ETOPS (extended operations certification), CLS (cargo loading system) and new IFE (in-flight entertainment) solutions progressively. Starflyer operates a unique business model: running a 150Y configuration with IFE, leather seats and stylish branding targeting the business traveller.
Starflyer offers a lower fare than FSA (full service airline) with full service scheduled domestic service linking Tokyo Haneda with Fukuoka, Osaka Kansai, and its Kitakyushu home base with eight Airbus A320 aircraft currently in service. It also operates an international service between Kitakyushu and Busan, South Korea and provides business-focused and leisure customers with high levels of comfort.

Victoria
By Victoria March 25, 2013 14:16
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