Peach Resumes All International Flights from Osaka-Kansai International Airport

Travel and Lifestyle Press Releases Thursday September 13, 2018 16:59
Bangkok--13 Sep--Vector Group
  • Peach reconnects the region to Thailand -
Peach will resume all international flights to/from Osaka-Kansai International Airport (KIX) from September 14, 2018
Peach becomes the first airline to recover its full international flight schedule to/from Kansai International Airport after Mega Typhoon Jebi (Typhoon No.21)
Peach serves as bridge between Asia and Osaka-Kansai region

Peach Aviation Limited ("Peach"; Representative Director and CEO: Shinichi Inoue) announced that it will resume all international flights from Kansai International Airport (KIX) from September 14, 2018. Peach will be the first airline to resume all international flights after mega Typhoon Jebi, which struck Osaka on the 4th of September.

Peach resumed limited domestic flights from Kansai International Airport from September 7 and limited international fights from September 8.
From September 14, all Peach's international flights will return to normal operations.
Shinichi Inoue, Peach's Representative Director and CEO, offered the following comment:

"Peach has been resuming its flight operations step by step in the wake of Typhoon Jebi (No.21). Already our guests have begun flying to Osaka on Peach and we are happy to announce the resumption of our full international schedule from September 14. Peach is an airline that has a vision of Bridging Asia. All the Peach staff and business partners have banded together to restore that bridge of flights linking Thailand with the Kansai region. We look forward to welcoming everyone back onboard Peach."

Peach refer to the below link as for the latest flight information.
Access to Kansai International Airport
Direct access to Kansai International Airport is available by Limousine Bus and Bay Shuttle (Ferry).
Currently, the Airport Access Bridge is under partial traffic control.
Please be reminded to reserve plenty of time for the access to Kansai International Airport.
Methods for Access to Kansai International Airport
Limousine Bus
Direct access to Kansai International Airport
Bay Shuttle (Ferry)
Direct access to Kansai International Airport
Operation Status
Nankai Electric Railway:
Please access Kansai International Airport via "Rinku-Town" Station by temporary shuttle bus service.
For the shuttle bus details, please click here: (
* Please note: private cars and rental cars are not allowed to access the Airport Access Bridge at the moment. Please consider mass transportation instead.

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