South Korea’s Jeju Air to start Hong Kong, Cebu services

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South Korean low-cost carrier Jeju Air plans to launch two new international services.

It will start daily Seoul Incheon-Cebu and thrice weekly Busan-Hong Kong services on 29 November and 16 December respectively, according to the airline's timetable schedule.

The airline will use Boeing 737-800 aircraft on the two routes.

Innovata Schedules show that Jeju Air will compete with carriers such as Korean Air on the two routes.

Flightglobal's Ascend Online database shows that Jeju Air operates 11 Boeing 737-800s and has five more of the type on order.