Jin Air (subsidiary of Korean Air) (Seoul) and Boeing (Chicago, Seattle and Charleston) on July 27 celebrated the airline’s first direct-delivered Next-Generation 737-800 in Seattle.
Jin Air is the low-cost affiliated company of Korean Air. The delivery marks the 13th Boeing 737-800 to join Jin Air’s all-Boeing fleet. The airline currently serves 16 routes in Asia and operates a total of 15 airplanes, including two 777-200 ERs.
Photo: Boeing. The pictured Boeing 737-8SH HL8012 (msn 41348) was handed over at Boeing Field in Seattle on July 27.
Jin Air (subsidiary of Korean Air) (Seoul) is expanding eastward to Hawaii. The low-fare carrier will launch Boeing 777-200 flights from Seoul (Incheon) to Honolulu on December 19. The new route will be operated five days a week.
Photo: Hyeonwoo Noh/Wikipedia. Jin Air’s Boeing 777-2B5 ER HL7743 (msn 34208) departs from Seoul (Incheon).
Jin Air (Seoul) on December 2 took delivery of this Korean Air Boeing 777-2B5 ER registered as HL7743 (msn 34208). The aircraft is being leased from parent Korean Air. Jin Air will use the new type on daily flights between Seoul (Incheon) and Guam starting on December 12 per Airline Route.
Jin Air (Seoul) is planning to introduce the Boeing 777-200 ER on the daily Seoul (Incheon)-Guam route on December 12 per Airline Route. It is unclear if Jin Air will be the operator or will sub out the flying.
Boeing 73786N HL7558 (msn 28625) was transferred to the subsidiary on October 4, 2008. It sports the 2008 livery. Photo by 201.
JinAir (subsidiary of Korean Air) (Seoul-Incheon) will start Seoul (Incheon)-Manila (Clark) charter flights on January 14. The low-fare subsidiary plans to make this a scheduled route starting in February. The airline operates four Boeing 737-800s.
JinAir (Seoul-Gimpo) will start its first international routes to both Bangkok and Macau on October 29 per Airline Route Updates. The company launched domestic operations in South Korea on July 17, 2008.