South Korean low-cost carrier Jeju Air will next month take delivery of its 12th Boeing 737-800, as its continuing growth contrasts with the fortunes of the other LCCs in this market. The carrier’s latest 737-800 will be arriving in November, and will be leased from International Lease Finance Corp. (ILFC), says a senior official at Jeju Air. The airline will use it to launch a daily non-stop service from Seoul Incheon to Cebu in the Philippines from Nov. 29, he says. Jeju Air, which ...
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