StarFlyer offers their flyers a new type of service not seen in other airlines: describing itself as a “hybrid airline,” StarFlyer provides a service level higher than other low cost airlines at operating costs lower than those of full-service legacy carriers, according to StarFlyer reviews.
More Information About the Airline
StarFlyer traces its roots to its foundation as Kobe Airlines on December 17, 2002 – originally intended to be based at Kobe Airport – to its commencement of operations on March 16, 2006. In May 2003, the airline changed to its current name, and by the end of that year, had also moved to its present Kitakyushu.
Kitakyushu Airport, Haneda Airport, Fukuoka Airport, and Kansai International Airport are StarFlyer’s main operating bases while the Japanese airline is headquartered on the grounds of Kitakyushu Airport in Kokuraminami-ku, Kitakyūshū, Fukuoka Prefecture. Mr. Sadami Matsuishi had been its CEO since June 25, 2014 and Head of Operations Improvement Promotion Project of Star Flyer Inc. since April 2015. Previously, he had been the airline’s Corporate Advisor and had served as Representative Director.
What Users Have to Say
We were curious to read more StarFlyer reviews, and discovered that this sophisticated-looking airline had been rated with 8/10 on Airlinequality. The most recent ones were 10/10, with one of them writing, “Cabin was clean. Personal screen was big enough and a lot of entertainment programs were available. Seat was very comfortable. My personal area was spacious. Tully’s Coffee was offered with tasty chocolate. Flight attendants provided quick and responsive service. Everything was excellent!”
StarFlyer admits that their biggest airline feature is the colour of their aircraft: unified in the interior and all the seats leather-clad in black. Their seats are equipped with USB ports to charge smartphones, and an AC power outlet for personal computer or laptop use. As mentioned, their seats are uniform and show a sleek and beautiful design that features a coat hook, cup holder, movable headrest, footrest, and recline, and a standard center table.
There are a total of 10 channels, with 8 music channels that offer a selection of media. Mother Comet is StarFlyer’s inflight magazine. Meanwhile, check out this link from their official website to read more about the different drinks or beverages, and kinds of food that StarFlyer offers. They offer special Tully’s coffee, bitter chocolate, and aside from the Japanese tea, apple juice, and mineral water, are other beverages for a limited time.
- Website URL: www.starflyer.jp
- Contact number: +81 93 555 4500
- Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Fax: +81 93 555 4505
- Head Office Address: 6 Kuko Kitamachi, Kokura Minami-ku, Kitakyushu-City, 800-0306, Japan
Here is what another of the older StarFlyer reviews said: “a stylish airline. Cabin staff service efficient. Cabin which is coordinated in white and black elegant and personal monitor is easy to use. Seats are made of black leather and seat pitch is enough.” I think that this airline’s worth the price you pay; it will give you more than you expect in an airline of its type and make you feel like you scored a
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