Sunday, November 16, 2014

Star Flyer offering free tickets for First Sunrise Flight.

Star Flyer [7G/SFJ] will invite 35 pairs (or a group of up to three) to their First Sunrise Flight on January 1st, 2015, dubbed Sunrise Flight 2015. In October, the Kitakyushu [KKJ/RJFR]-based carrier won first place in the domestic long-distance travel category for the Japan Customer Satisfaction Index (JCSI), which is published annually by the Council for Service Productivity & Innovation for Growth (SPRING), and the airline says the flight is an expression of gratitude. It has won the award for six consecutive years.

Airbus A320-214(SL) JA21MC City of Kitakyushu is pushed back at Yamaguchi-Ube on the inaugural day (Star Flyer launches Yamaguchi-Ube.) of the service. (Photo: Aviation Wire)

Sunrise Flight 2015, to be operated by one of their Airbus A320s, will depart Kitakyushu around 0600 JST and fly over Kyushu including Kagoshima's iconic Sakurajima volcano before returning to the airport around 0745. Application began on November 10th and will continue to December 1st through Star Flyer's website or by post, and winners will be contacted by the airline before December 8th. All winners will need to arrange their own transportation to arrive at the airport between 0445 and 0530. Seating will be assigned by the airline.

Reference: Star Flyer, November 9th. (in Japanese)

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