Jeju Air Eyes Fixed On Japan, 737 MAX For Southeast Asia


CAPA/OAG data shows Jeju Air’s weekly seat capacity to Japan dwarves all other international markets at 37,412 seats.

Credit: Ocean Driven Media
CHIANG MAI, Thailand—South Korea’s Jeju Air is looking to further solidify its spot as the largest carrier between Japan and South Korea as it aims to recover 82% of its international network by the end of 2023. The LCC is looking forward to the delivery of its first Boeing 737-8, expected later...

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