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Invite up to 120 influencers to Jeju Island for 9 days on Sept. 29 by T'way Air charter flight

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T'way Air plans to resume operations between Osaka/Kansai and Jeju from the end of October.

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    Tway Airlines

    Tway Airlines(Tea Way Kokuu,English: T'Way Airlines) Is South Korea OfCheap airline.


    It is the first low-cost carrier (LCC) established in South Korea.Fares are up to 80% cheaper than competitors[1].

    T'way Air changed its name from Hansung Airlines to T'way Air in August 2010 and restarted its service.In September of that year, he obtained the Korea Domestic Air Operator's Certificate and at the same time started operating the Gimpo-Jeju route. In 8, in the Customer Satisfaction Survey (according to the Korea Consumer Affairs Institute), it won the top in 9 out of 2011 categories of 5 Korean LCC companies, and in 6, in the aviation service model evaluation conducted by the Korea Transportation Research Institute, Most highly rated in the LCC.As a result, in 5, it was established for three years and achieved a surplus with only five owned aircraft.In addition, it is the first Korean LCC to obtain the safety audit program "IOSA" certification set by the International Air Transport Association IATA.

    In the cabin, it is attracting attention as a friendly airline, such as balloon art by the cabin crew, photography, and passenger anniversary surprise announcements (advance application required, currently only from South Korea).In Japan, T'way Air Japan Regional Headquarters operates and markets.

    In 2019, it introduced a wide-body aircraft and planned a medium-haul route. As of the end of 2019, it has been in service from five cities in Japan (Narita, Kanku, Sapporo, Fukuoka, Okinawa) to South Korea (Incheon, Daegu, Busan, Jeju, etc.), and also operates Guam routes from Kanku.

    August 2019, 7,Catch-all regulationDue to the deterioration of Japan-Korea relations due to the review of the operation of the company, a boycott to Japan travel occurred in Korea, and the Oita line from August 8th, the Kumamoto line from September 12st, and the Saga line from September 9th. Announced to suspend[2].


    • 2004 : Established as Hansung Airlines.
    • June 2005: Jeju - CheongjuLine service started (1 flights a day)[3].
    • December 2005 : Suspended due to financial difficulties[4].
    • February 2006 : Flight resumed[5].
    • October 2006: Introduced the second machine.Seoul/Gimpo --Jeju Line goes into service[6][7].
    • November 2006 : Front wheel came off at Jeju International Airport.[8][9].
    • June 2007: ATR-72Two additional molds were delivered.
    • July 2007 : Seoul/Gimpo - Jeju route increased to 7 flights per day[10].
    • October 2007: Jeju-Cheongju route increased to 10 flights a day.
    • October 2008, 10: All routes suspended due to financial difficulties[11][12][13][14].
    • July 2009 : It is reported that the non-scheduled air transportation business registration will be cancelled.[15].
    • August 2009, 8: Application to the Seoul Central District Court for the start of corporate rehabilitation proceedings, avoiding cancellation of the license.
    • June 2010, 3: venture capital"Sympo founding investment" is decided as a sponsor.Undertake the company from the Bankruptcy Department of the Seoul Central District Court.
    • August 2010, 8 : Company name changed to T'way Air[16].
    • September 2010, 9 : Seoul/Gimpo-Jeju flight resumed[17]..All flights are provided free of charge on the day of service[18].
    • April 2011 : Acquired international air transport license[19].Seoul/Incheon - Osaka/Kansailine,SaipanPlans to enter service on lines.
    • July 2011: Announced entry into international flights[20]..The destination is Osaka / Kansai,Fukuoka,BangkokConsider.
    • December 2011, 12: Seoul/Incheon-Fukuoka route service started (20 flights a day).
    • December 2012, 12: Seoul / Incheon- MiyazakiLine (2 flights a week)Siem ReapLine (5 flights per week) Program charter flights start service.
    • December 2013, 2: Seoul / Incheon- Okinawa/NahaLine program charter flights start service (2 flights a week).
    • March 2013, 3 : Seoul/Incheon - Miyazaki Line, Okinawa/Naha Line, Siem Reap Line program charter flight operation ended.
    • December 2013, 12: Seoul / Incheon- 佐賀Line service started (3 flights a week).
    • December 2013, 12: Seoul / Incheon- Sapporo/New ChitoseLine service started (1 flights a day)[21].
    • March 2014, 3: Jeju - DaeguLine service starts.
    • December 2014, 9: Seoul / Incheon- OitaThe line goes into service.
    • March 2015 : 3th, Seoul/Incheon - Osaka/KansaiLine, 30th, Daegu-Osaka / Kansai Line begins service[22].
    • October 2015, 10: Osaka/Kansai-Guam route to Seoul/Incheon-Osaka/Kansai routeDistant rightTo start service[23].
    • 2018 12 Month 22 Day:Busan --Oita Line Muan --Start of service on the Oita line.
    • 2019: Oita - Seoul/Incheon, Oita - Busan/Gimhae, Oita - Muan, Kumamoto - Busan/Gimhae, Saga - Busan/Gimhae are suspended until October 10th.[24]
    • January 2021, 1: Three Airbus A4-3 aircraft will be delivered from the end of 330 to 300 and will be deployed on medium-haul international routes such as Sydney, Croatia, Honolulu, Singapore and Malaysia.[25].

    Regular flight destination

    As of 2018 year 4 month[28]

    Owned equipment

    As of 2022 year 4 month[30]


    • Mineral water is provided free of charge on board[31]..In addition, we sell light meals and in-flight meals (advance reservation required) for a fee.
    • Duty-free goods on international flightsIn-flight salesIs being carried out.


    1. ^ Price cut offensive for new entrants in the Korean aviation industry - Chosun Ilbo
    2. ^ "Korea LCC suspends 3 Kyushu routes due to reservation cancellation”. Yomiuri Shimbun (March 2019, 7). April 2019, 7Browse.
    3. ^ “New entrant Hansung Airlines to start flights between Cheongju and Jeju”Chosun Ilbo. (September 2005, 8). originalArchived as of October 2009, 9.. https://archive.ph/e1DSJ 
    4. ^ “Cheap airline Hansung Air to suspend flights from 19th”Chosun Ilbo. http://www.chosunonline.com/article/20051219000034 
    5. ^ “South Korea's first commercial airline to resume operations from mid-month”Chosun Ilbo. http://www.chosunonline.com/article/20060202000040 
    6. ^ “Cheap airline Hansung Air to operate Gimpo-Jeju route from next month”. Union News. http://japanese.yonhapnews.co.kr/headline/2006/09/06/0200000000AJP20060906004200999.HTML 
    7. ^ “Hanster Airlines’ new route launch postponed, plane did not arrive”. Union News. http://japanese.yonhapnews.co.kr/headline/2006/10/02/0200000000AJP20061002003100999.HTML 
    8. ^ “Accident where the front wheel of a passenger plane comes off… Suspension of operations at Jeju Airport”Chosun Ilbo. http://www.chosunonline.com/article/20061128000055 
    9. ^ “Hansung Airlines crashes on landing, Jeju Airport suspends takeoff and landing”Yonhap News. http://japanese.yonhapnews.co.kr/headline/2006/1128/0200000000AJP20061128003800999.HTML 
    10. ^ “Hanster Airlines to increase flights between Gimpo and Jeju to 1 round trips per day”Yonhap News. http://japanese.yonhapnews.co.kr/headline/2007/07/06/0200000000AJP20070706003500882.HTML 
    11. ^ “Cheap airline Hansung Airlines is in financial difficulties, airport usage fees are in arrears”Yonhap News. http://japanese.yonhapnews.co.kr/headline/2008/10/15/0200000000AJP20081015001700882.HTML 
    12. ^ “Cheap airline Hansung Air suspended from 18th due to financial difficulties”Yonhap News. http://japanese.yonhapnews.co.kr/economy/2008/10/17/0500000000AJP20081017002900882.HTML 
    13. ^ “Korean Star Air to cancel flights again”Chosun Ilbo. http://www.chosunonline.com/article/20081018000002 
    14. ^ “Cheap airline Hansung Air extends suspension until next April”Yonhap News. http://japanese.yonhapnews.co.kr/headline/2008/12/17/0200000000AJP20081217003200882.HTML 
    15. ^ “Kanseong Airlines to cancel non-scheduled air transportation business registration”Yonhap News. http://japanese.yonhapnews.co.kr/headline/2009/07/15/0200000000AJP20090715004100882.HTML 
    16. ^ “Kansung Airlines changes company name to 'T'way Air'”Yonhap News Agency. (April 2010, 8). http://japanese.yonhapnews.co.kr/headline/2010/08/26/0200000000AJP20100826000800882.HTML 
    17. ^ “T'way Air to operate Jeju-Gimpo route from 15th” (Korean). Jeju Ilbo. (September 2010, 9). http://www.jejunews.com/news/articleView.html?idxno=681425 
    18. ^ “Hello, 9월16일 취항” (Korean). http://www.twayair.com/CustomerCenter/Notice/view.aspx?seq=14 
    19. ^ “T'way Air to operate international flights from July at the earliest”Yonhap News. http://japanese.yonhapnews.co.kr/economy/2011/04/03/0500000000AJP20110403001700882.HTML 
    20. ^ “Korean low-cost airline T'way Air enters international flight”Yonhap News. http://japanese.yonhapnews.co.kr/headline/2011/07/12/0200000000AJP20110712002300882.HTML 
    21. ^ “T'way Air to launch New Chitose/Incheon route from December 12rd”. FlyTeam. (January 2013, 10). http://flyteam.jp/news/article/27156 
    22. ^ “T'way Air to launch Kansai/Incheon route. Also launch Kansai/Daegu route on March 3.”. FlyTeam. (January 2015, 3). http://flyteam.jp/airline/tway-airlines/news/article/48218 
    23. ^ “T'way Air to launch three weekly flights between Guam and Osaka/Kansai starting October 10”. FlyTeam. (January 2015, 8). http://flyteam.jp/airline/tway-airlines/news/article/54024 
    24. ^ “Korean T'way Air suspends some Kyushu routes” (Press Release), Aviation Wire, (July 2019, 7), https://www.aviationwire.jp/archives/179325 
    25. ^ “Introduction of three Airbus A330s to Hawaii and Croatia”. TRAICY. (February 2021, 1). https://www.traicy.com/posts/20210104194324/ 
    26. ^ “T'way Air to start Nagoya/Incheon route from the end of May Daily operation”. FlyTeam. (January 2018, 4). https://flyteam.jp/news/article/93455 
    27. ^ “T'way Air launches Kitakyushu-Muan route Commemorative fare of 1,980 yen one way”. Traicy. (November 2018, 9). https://www.traicy.com/20180912-TWkkj 
    28. ^ flight schedule --T'way Air
    29. ^ “Introducing flights to Japan one after another, Korean low-cost airlines “infinite challenge””JoongAng Ilbo. (June 2011, 1). originalArchived as of October 2012, 7.. https://archive.ph/XN5Z 
    30. ^ TWay Air Fleet Details and History --PlaneSpotters.net
    31. ^ In-flight service --T'way Air

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