Asia Bizz: Skymark Airlines in Japan to buy six Airbus A380 superjumbos

Skymark Airlines of Japan is all set to buy six Airbus A380 superjumbos and the airline also plans to launch international routes of a deal of around 2.8 billion dollars.

In a statement released,

“Skymark Airlines signed a basic agreement with Airbus on the introduction of Airbus A380,”
“The company plans to sign the contract on purchasing six aircraft, including an option on two aircraft, in the spring of next year.”

Skymark Airlines was founded in the year 1996 and they started business around two years later in 1998. Skymark Airlines has a staff of around 1,400 employees and travels routes to Sapporo, Fukuoka, Kobe and Okinawa.

The other airlines that use the A380 to the international airport at Narita are Singapore Airlines, Lufthansa and Air France.

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