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Fri, 13 November 2015

V Air to Launch Flights to Nagoya, Osaka and Fukuoka

V Air is to increase flights to Japan with the launch of flights between Taipei and Nagoya, Taipei and Osaka as well as between Taipei and Fukuoka.

To celebrate the new routes, the airline is offering a special introductory fare from TWD333/JPY 1,350 (one-way, taxes excluded).

The Taipei-Nagoya route will commence on 15 December 2015 while the Taipei-Osaka and Taipei-Fukuoka flights will begin on 23 and 25 March 2016 respectively.

V Air will offer 4 flights a week between Taipei and Nagoya. ZV202 will fly from Taipei every Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday. The departure time is scheduled on 19:45 and will arrive in Nagoya by 23:45. The return flight ZV203 will fly from Nagoya every Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, leaving at 00:45 and arriving in Taipei around 03:35.

Starting from 8 January, the flight schedule will be adjusted to a morning flight. ZV202 will fly every Monday, Tuesday, Friday and Saturday from Taipei at 06:05 with an estimated arrival time in Nagoya of 10:05. After one hour turn-around time, ZV203 will leave Nagoya on 11:05 and arrive Taipei around 13:45. This route is expected to be increased to daily flights from 1 March 2016.

The Taipei-Osaka will be inaugurated on 23 January 2016, offering daily flights. ZV208 is scheduled to leave Taipei on 07:40 and arrive Osaka around 11:30. ZV209 will leave Osaka 12:30 and arrive Taipei around 15:00.

Taipei-Fukuoka will be launched on 25 January 2016, operating daily. ZV212 Taipei-Fukuokas departure time will be 14:35 and is scheduled to arrive in Fukuoka around 18:00. After an one-hour turn-around time, ZV213 will leave Fukuoka at 19:00 to arrive in Taipei 20:45.

V Air, Taipei, Taiwan, Japan

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