The pictured Jeju Air Boeing 737-800 was formerly operated by Ryanair as EI-EFR. It is seen arriving at Dublin on December 23, 2016 from Bournemouth in the UK where it was painted into the Jeju Air livery. The airframe will be delivered to the South Korean carrier in January 2017.
Copyright Photo: Jeju Air Boeing 737-8AS WL EI-EFR (msn 37541) DUB (Michael Kelly). Image: 936267.
Jeju Air (Jeju City, Jeju Island and Seoul-Incheon) will launch new daily service from Seoul (Incheon) to Nagoya, Japan on March 23 and also between Incheon and Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon), Vietnam on April 1 per Airline Route. The two new routes will be operated with Boeing 737-800s.
Jeju Air was established in January 2005 and commenced operations on June 2, 2006. It is owned by the Aekyung Group (75%) and the Jeju Provincial Government (25%). On July 11, 2008, Jeju Air completed its first international flight from Jeju Island to Hiroshima, Japan.
Copyright Photo: Propfreak. Boeing 737-85F HL7780 (msn 28827) arrives back at the ICN hub.
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