Jeju Air announces route linking Busan, Singapore

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Jeju Air announces route linking Busan, Singapore

Jeju Air, Korea’s biggest low-cost carrier by sales, said Thursday it has opened a Busan-Singapore route to better serve its customers.

Jeju Air began to provide four flights a week from Gimhae International Airport in South Gyeongsang to Singapore, starting from Thursday, the company said in a statement.

The Busan-Singapore route is the longest route operated by Jeju Air, it said.

Currently, the budget carrier operates a total of 44 planes, including 41 leased planes and three purchased aircrafts. It serves 75 routes, including 69 international routes to Japan, China and Southeast Asia.

Yonhap

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