As of 2015, some cities that Peach Airlines flies to are Tokyo, Fukuoka, Busan, Okinawa, Miyazaki, Sendai, Seoul and Hong Kong. Peach Airlines is a low-cost carrier based at Kansai International Airport in Izumisano, Japan. It was founded on February 10, 2011 and had its first flight on March 1, 2012.
Peach Airlines flies 12 domestic routes and eight international routes, using a fleet of 16 Airbus A320 airplanes which can carry 180 passengers each, as of 2015. It has three main hubs, all located in Japan: Kansai International Airport in Osaka, Naha Airport in Okinawa and Narita Airport in Tokyo. Its first flight was between Kansai and New Chitose Airport in Sapporo. Other cities served by Peach Airlines are Taipei, Ishigaki, Kaohsiung, Kagoshima, Sapporo, Nagasaki and Matsuyama. Internationally, the airline flies to Hong Kong, Busan and Seoul in South Korea and Kaohsiung and Taipei in Taiwan. Its service from Haneda Airport in Tokyo to Taipei Taoyuan International Airport established Peach Airlines as the first Japanese low cost airline to have an international flight depart from Haneda.
As of 2015, Peach Airlines plans to open add additional cities throughout the region and is considering adding Bangkok, Thailand, and Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam, as hubs.