• Kyodo


Star Flyer Inc. listed its shares Wednesday on the second section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange as it aims to start up international services in 2012.

The stock fetched an initial quote of ¥5,500, up sharply from its IPO price of ¥3,180. Star Flyer is the second startup air carrier to go public since Skymark Airlines Inc. was listed on the TSE’s Mothers market in May 2000.

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