Jin Air celebrated the launch of flights to Chiang Mai in Thailand with flowers and white gloves. This winter, Korean Air's in-house LCC will serve 11 destinations from Seoul Incheon Airport using its fleet of 10 737-800s.
- Jin Air, the low-cost subsidiary of Korean Air, has introduced flights between Seoul Incheon (ICN) and Chiang Mai (CNX) in Thailand. On 30 October the airline commenced four times weekly flights on the 3,410-kilometre route, which is also served daily by Korean Air. This winter Jin Air will serve 11 destinations from its Seoul Incheon base: three in Japan (Nagasaki, Okinawa and Sapporo/Chitose); two in Thailand (Bangkok and Chiang Mai); two in the Philippines (Cebu and Clark; plus Guam, Hong Kong, Macau and Vientiane (Laos). The airline currently has a fleet of 10 737-800s.