South Korean low-cost carrier Jeju Air next month will take delivery of its 12th Boeing 737-800, establishing the company as the largest and most successful of the country's LCCs. The latest 737-800 will be leased from International Lease Finance Corp., says an airline executive. The airline will use it to launch a daily nonstop service from Seoul Incheon to Cebu, in the Philippines, from Nov. 29, he adds. It started a daily nonstop service from Seoul Incheon to Guam on Sept. 27 and has ...

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