Jeju Air to operate cargo flights to survive the COVID-19 pandemic

Delivered as HL8304 on February 26, 2018

Jeju Air announced today it will operate cargo flights for the first time in order to adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The airline currently operates 39 Boeing 737-800s.

Jeju Air operates 84 routes, including the Gimpo-Jeju route, the world’s most frequently traveled aviation route, and routes to 49 destinations in the Asia-Pacific, including Japan, China, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, Guam, Saipan, Russia, and Laos. As of August 202, JejuAir is a 3,200-employee operation, with flights operating mainly out of Gimpo Airport and Incheon Airport in Korea.

Top Copyright Photo: Jeju Air Boeing 737-8JP WL LN-NOT (HL8304) (msn 37816) QLA (Antony J. Best). Image: 941149.

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