Flower power rules for Eastar Jet. On 29 October the South Korean carrier launched its ninth international route from Seoul Incheon to Okinawa, its third destination in Japan. The route is already served by Asiana Airlines, Jeju Air, Peach Aviation and t’way air.
- Eastar Jet has become the fifth carrier to operate scheduled services between Seoul Incheon (ICN) and Okinawa (OKA) in Japan. On 29 October the South Korean carrier began flying five times weekly on the 1,259-kilometre route using its 737-800s. Four other carriers are already serving the market with daily flights between the two airports; Asiana Airlines, Jeju Air, Peach Aviation and t’way air. This winter Eastar Jet will be serving nine international destinations from Seoul Incheon; three in Japan, two in Thailand and one each in Cambodia, China, Hong Kong and Malaysia.