Japan Domestic Airlines
Nihon Koku Kokunai (Japanese日本 国内 航空, Eng. Japan Domestic Airlines, JDA ) was a Japanese domestic airline.
It was created on April 15, 1964 by the merger of three smaller airlines: Kita Nihon - koku (. .北 日本 航空, English Kita Nihon Airlines Co., Ltd., NJA ), the Fuji Koku (富士 航空, Eng Fuji Airlines Co. . ., Ltd., FAL ) and the Nitto koku (日 东 航空, Eng. Nittoh Airlines Co., Ltd.. , NAL).
As Japanese NAMC YS -11 aircraft were used; In 1966, the first newly appointed Boeing 727-100 was delivered. On May 15, 1971, the Nihon Koku Kokunai merged with the Toa Toa Koku to Kokunai Koku ( Toa Domestic Airlines, TDA).
JDA sat among others the following aircraft types:
- Boeing 727-100
- Convair CV -240
- Convair CV -880
- Douglas DC-3/C-47
- De Havilland Heron
- NAMC YS -11
- North 262
- On May 29, 1965, a Convair 240 (Mark JA5088 ) irreparably damaged on the Obihiro Airport.
- On August 26, 1966, the only accident Convair 880 (Mark JA8030 ) on the Tokyo International Airport at the start to a local training flight. The entire five -member crew was killed.