Jeju Air is operating temporary flights to the Philippines next week to transport Korean residents and students living in the Southeast Asian country.
Becoming a flight attendant in Korea is extremely difficult. Now it’s well-nigh impossible.
Asiana Airlines on Wednesday cancelled the rest of its no-landing international flights scheduled for this month due to the resurgence of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Jeju Air will receive 32.1 billion won ($29.49 million) of state funds tagged for the support of core industries, including airlines, Korea Development Bank (KDB) said Thursday.
Korean airlines are introducing special tourist flights around the country, hoping to both drum up business and find a use for planes that have been sat on the tarmac since the Covid-19 pandemic brought the aviation industry to a standstill.
Eastar Jet's pilots union kicked off a hunger strike Wednesday to protest the budget airline’s laying off of more than 600 employees.
Embattled Eastar Jet said Monday it will reduce its workforce by more than half as part of efforts to find a new investor after Jeju Air scrapped its plan to acquire the smaller budget carrier amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Jeju Air, Korea's biggest low-cost carrier, on Tuesday announced a revised second-quarter earnings report, which showed the company posted larger net losses than initially estimated due to the unsuccessful acquisition of debt-ridden Eastar Jet.
Jeju Air reported a devastating second quarter performance, with its on-year net profit plummeting almost 200 percent.
Eastar Jet’s pilot union reported founder Lee Sang-jik to the prosecutors for tax evasion and lying on disclosure forms filed for his National Assembly candidacy.