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Formed in 2000 and started operations in 2001. Domestic & international, scheduled, passenger, jet airplane services.
1-5-2 Higashi-Shinbasi, Minato-ku
Tokyo, 105-7137, Japan
JAPAN WAS ESTABLISHED IN 660, IT COVERS AN AREA OF 377,815, SQ KM, ITS POPULATION IS 125 MILLION, ITS CAPITAL CITY IS TOKYO, AND ITS OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS JAPANESE.
July 2010: Air Japan (AJX) is a low-cost subsidiary of All Nippon Airways (ANA) operating scheduled jet airplane services from Tokyo and Osaka.
(IATA) Code: NQ. (ICAO) Code: AJX - (Callsign - AIR JAPAN).
Parent organization/shareholders: All Nippon Airways (ANA) (100%).
Alliances: All Nippon Airways (ANA); & United Airlines (UAL).
Main Base: Tokyo International airport (HND).
Domestic, scheduled destinations: Osaka; & Tokyo.
International, scheduled destinations: Guam; Hong Kong; & Honolulu.
Parent, (ANA) merged its low-cost carrier (LCC) subsidiary, Air Japan (AJX) with cargo carrier (ANA) & JP Express.
February 2011: Air Japan (AJX) is recruiting 767 Captains and First Officers Flight Crew (FC). Applicants may apply through Crew Resources Worldwide. (ANA) & JP Express merged with Air Japan (AJX) in 2010. Interested applicants should apply with (AJX). (AJX) will be represented by Crew Resources Worldwide at the http://www.FltOps.com job fair on April 1 in Las Vegas (LAS).
December 2011: Air Japan (AJX) is recruiting 767 Captains and First Officers Flight Crew (FC) and expects its next class in January with hiring continuing through the year. Applicants can apply through Crew Resources Worldwide.
October 2012: Air Japan (AJX) is recruiting 767 Captains and First Officer s Flight Crew (FC) throughout 2012. Parent, All Nippon Airways (ANA) is currently recruiting 767 First Officers (FC) for Air Japan based in Narita; and DHC-8-Q416 Captains (FC) based in Osaka, Japan.
See FAPA.aero: Pilot Career Conferences & Job Fairs
...For Future & Active Pilots (FC).
August 2013: According to FAPA.aero, Air Japan (AJX) is recruiting 767 Captains and First Officers (FC).
February 2015: Tokyo’s Narita International Airport plans to open its dedicated low-cost carrier (LCC) terminal in early April. The 66,000 sq m Terminal 3 has five contact stands for narrow body airplanes and two contact stands for wide body airplanes. It will increase capacity by +7.5 million passengers per year, Narita deputy Vice Chairman Cargo, Fumio Gunji said.
“The total investment for T3 is around $130 million “Narita deputy VP Aviation Marketing, Koichi Okawara said.
Currently, 13 low cost carriers (LCC) (four of them based in Japan) operate out of Narita during the current winter schedule, creating about 21.5% market share of the total.
7 767-381ER BCF(CF6-80C2B6) (269-24400, /89 JA8286; 285-24632, /89 JA8362; 379-25136, /91 JA8356; 432-25616, /92 JA8358; 463-25654, /92 JA8323; 556-27339, /94 JA8664; 645-25619, /97 JA8970), 2010-07. FREIGHTER.
3 767-381ER (CF6-80C2B6F) (651-27942, /97 JA8971; 920-33506, /04 JA612A; 953-35786, /07 JA616A), (ANA) WET-LSD 2009-05. 35C, 179Y.
2 767-381F (CF6-80C2B6) (937-33509, /95 JA602F; 947-35709, /06 JA604F), 2010-07. FREIGHTER.
1 CESSNA 208B GRAND CARAVAN (PT6A-114A) (0530, /96 JA55DZ), LST TOKYO SKYDIVING CLUB. UTILITY.
KIMIHIRO OKI, CHAIRMAN.
SHUNICHI KOBAYASHI, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).
MITSUHIKO OTA, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO)
TAKETOSHI WATANABE, PRESIDENT.
RYOICHI HATTORI, DIRECTOR FINANCE.
MITSUYOSHI NAOE, DIRECTOR OPERATIONS & MAINTENANCE.