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Vanilla Air to leapfrog deeper into Asia via Taiwan

Budget carrier Vanilla Air is gearing up to extend its reach into Southeast Asia.

TOKYO -- Japan's Vanilla Air will expand its operations to Southeast Asia, flying longer distances by using Taipei as its second home base.

     The budget airline unit of ANA Holdings currently owns eight Airbus A320 aircraft. Those airplanes fly three domestic routes linking Narita Airport serving Tokyo with Sapporo, Naha and Amami Oshima. They also carry passengers between Narita and Taipei, Kaohsiung in southern Taiwan, and Hong Kong.

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