Air Japan

K. K. Air Japan (Japanese株式会社 エアー ジャパン, Kabushiki - gaisha Ea Japan ) is a subsidiary of All Nippon Airways, which offers Charter flights.


The company was founded in 1990 as World Air Network (ワールド エアー ネットワーク, Warudo Ea Nettowāku ) and renamed Air Japan in 2001.

The main routes of the company is the freight route Kansai - Seoul, as well as the passenger routes Narita - Singapore, Narita -Honolulu, Haneda -Honolulu, Narita -Bangkok, Narita -Ho Chi Minh and Narita -Dalian set up, which are served daily, and Narita - Hong Kong, which is served twice daily (as of 1 April 2011).

On 1 July 2010, the company with ANA & JP Express ( ANA & JPエクスプレス) merged.


The fleet of Air Japan consists of airplanes of the ANA fleet. Among them are 28 Passagierfluzeuge and 9 freighters.

The planes are different from painting her only by the text " Air Japan" and the registration number of the aircraft from the aircraft All Nippon Airways.