Jeju Air launched a new service from Daegu to Macau on 2 December. Dignitaries attending the launch ceremony to see off the first passengers returning to South Korea included Eric Fong, Director of Marketing Department of Macau International Airport Company Limited (fourth right). The LCC already operates to Macau from Seoul Incheon.
- Jeju Air introduced a new route from Daegu (TAE) to Macau (MFM) on 2 December. The South Korean LCC will operate the 2,110-kilometre connection five times weekly, using its 737-800s. There is no direct competition on the route. Commenting on the airport’s latest link, Eric Fong, Director of Marketing Department, Macau International Airport Company Limited said: “There are four low-cost airlines from Korea operating services between Seoul, Busan and Macau. This new service between Macau and Taegu would be in time to satisfy the Christmas peak season for travel in the coming December.” Daegu becomes Jeju Air’s second route to Macau, with the carrier already operating a service from Seoul Incheon.