New Central Airservice

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New Central Airservice
IATA
-
ICAO
CUK
Callsign
CHUOH AIR
Founded December 15, 1978
Operating bases Chōfu Airport (Tōkyō)
Fleet size 2
Destinations 5
Headquarters Ryūgasaki Airfield
Ryūgasaki, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan
Key people Hiroshi Nagahama (CEO)
Website www.central-air.co.jp
Dornier Do 228 of New Central Airlines -01.jpg

New Central Airservice Corporation (新中央航空株式会社 Shin Chūō Kōkū Kabushiki-gaisha?) is an airline with its headquarters on the grounds of Ryūgasaki Airfield in Ryūgasaki, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan.[1][2] It operates domestic services and its main base is Chōfu Airport, Tokyo.[3]

Destinations[edit]

It operates flights from Chōfu Airport, in Tokyo and west of the 23 Special Wards to the following destinations (as of June 2014):[4]

[Base] Base
City Country IATA ICAO Airport
Chōfu Japan - RJTF Chōfu Airport [Base]
Izu Ōshima Japan OIM RJTO Oshima Airport
Kōzushima Japan - RJAZ Kōzushima Airport
Miyakejima Japan MYE RJTQ Miyakejima Airport
Niijima Japan - RJAN Niijima Airport

Fleet[edit]

The New Central Airservice fleet consists of the following aircraft (as of August 2014):[5]

New Central Airservice Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Order Passengers notes
Dornier 228-212
4
-
19
one in next generation livery.

Former fleet[edit]

New Central Airservice has also operated the following aircraft, which have since been retired;[6]


New Central Airservice Former Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet
Britten-Norman BN2B-20 Islander
2

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Kawada Group." Kawada Industries. Retrieved on February 21, 2010. "Headquarters 3177 Handa-cho, Ryugasaki-shi, Ibaraki 301-0806, Japan"
  2. ^ "路線外運行." New Central Airlines. Retrieved on February 21, 2010. "お問い合わせは 〒301-0806 茨城県竜ヶ崎市半田町3177 竜ヶ崎飛行場内"
  3. ^ "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-10. p. 55. 
  4. ^ 新中央航空株式会社 運航路線
  5. ^ New Central Airlines Fleet central-air.co.jp
  6. ^ "Directory: World Airlines Part 3 (2009)". Flight International: 29–90. 2009-04-14. 

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