As this airline has its headquarters and largest base in Japan, it primarily operates domestic flights between main cities in the country. However, customers also have the option of booking trips to several different locations in China.
Travelers that decide to fly with Spring Airlines Japan have two travel classes that they can decide between, which are known as Economy and SpringPlus. With an Economy ticket, you will be able to benefit from standard amenities that include a free carry-on item, basic snacks, and non-alcoholic drinks, such as coffee and soda. If you decide that you would like to fly with a SpringPlus ticket instead, you will be given a seat that has more legroom, the option of checking a suitcase for free, priority check-in, priority boarding, and free alcoholic drinks.
Despite the fact that this airline does not maintain any codeshare agreements with other companies, it is a subsidiary of Spring Airlines, a Chinese business that is known for offering low-budget tickets to a selection of countries throughout Asia. Additionally, Spring Airlines Japan is partly owned by JTB Corporation, a group that is one of the largest travel agencies in Japan.
This airline has a fleet that is composed of over 5 different planes, with the majority of them the Boeing brand. The Boeing 737-800 is the aircraft that Spring Airlines Japan uses most frequently for its travels, as it can fit over 170 passengers and 18 crew members, and has a large fuel capacity that allows it to complete both medium-range and long-haul flights with ease.
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