Jin Air becomes seventh carrier to operate Seoul-Tokyo

Jin Air becomes seventh carrier to operate Seoul-Tokyo

On 1 July Jin Air became the seventh airline to link Seoul Incheon and Tokyo Narita with daily flights.

  • Jin Air has decided to join six other carriers in offering daily service between Seoul Incheon (ICN) and Tokyo Narita (NRT). On 1 July the LCC, a subsidiary of Korean Air, began twice-daily service on the 1,255-kilometre route between the two airports. The airport pair is already well served by: Asiana Airlines (28 weekly departures), Korean Air (26), Jeju Airlines (21), Eastar Jet (14) and Japan Airlines and t’way air (with daily flights). Jin Air already serves Fukuoka, Okinawa, Osaka Kansai and Sapporo Chitose in Japan from its Seoul Incheon base.

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