Skymark Airlines is Japan's first Airbus A330 airline operator (video)
On 28 February 2014, Skymark Airlines, Japan's third-largest airline, received the first two aircraft Airbus A330-300 from the 10 that it will rent and becomes the first Japanese operator of this model. On 2 March 2014, the planes landed in Tokyo-Haneda.
Airbus A330 Skymark Airlines It has a capacity of 271 of seats, the elegant seats being covered with a green upholstery, and the propulsion goes and provided by two engines. Rolls-Royce Trent 700. The first commercial flight is scheduled for April 18, on the route Tokyo Haneda - Fukuoka. The aircraft will also operate flights to Sapporo and Naha, with the operational program being announced at a later date.
Airbus has become the market leader in Asia for wide-body aircraft, and the future belongs to the entire European manufacturer. More than half of the wide-body aircraft that will be delivered to Asian air carriers will still be Airbus.
The Airbus A330 family of aircraft comprises civil aircraft with capacities between 250 and 300 of seats, cargo aircraft, VIP aircraft and military aircraft. To date, the A330 family has collected orders for 1300 aircraft, and 1000 units fly in 100's fleets of customers.