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ZIPAIR Tokyo announced their much-anticipated inaugural long-haul flights from Tokyo to Los Angeles International Airport this week. Beginning December 25, the carrier will offer nonstop service between Tokyo Narita and LAX.

The Tokyo Narita-based airline currently operates to five international destinations: Bangkok, Seoul, Honolulu, Singapore and soon to Los Angeles.

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ZIPAIR operates the highly efficient Boeing 787-8 aircraft (configured in a 290-seat model) on its international routes and will initially offer three LA-bound flights per week.

“Ever since the introduction of ZIPAIR, one of our key goals was to establish a flight across the Pacific and I could not be prouder to stand here today to announce the launch of our Los Angeles route. Our mission is to define a new standard in the air travel industry by offering a unique low-cost business model on long-haul international routes. We are eager to welcome travelers in the U.S. to personally experience this truly new concept in air travel,” said Shingo Nishida, President of ZIPAIR Tokyo.

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Established in 2018, ZIPAIR offers complimentary Wi-Fi for all classes of travel. It’s also one of the few international airlines to provide a contactless inflight experience.

ZIPAIR’s self-ordering payment system is accessible to order meals and goods through a personal smartphone or tablet.

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ZIPAIR’s Digital Health Credential APP VeriFLY

VeriFLY is developed and managed by Daon, a biometric authentication and identity assurance solutions provider. VeriFLY offers travelers a secure and simple way to confirm their destination’s COVID-19 requirements.

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After creating a secure profile on the VeriFLY app, Daon verifies that the customer’s data matches a country’s requirements and displays a simple pass or fail message to streamline the check-in and documentation verification process at the airport.

Visit ZIPAIR online for details.

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