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Jeju Air

Jeju Air introduction

Jeju Air is a Korean budget airline offering international and domestic South Korea flights. The airline offers cheap flights in South Korea from Incheon International Airport and Gimpo International Airport in Seoul, as well as flights to popular destinations like Jeju-do (Jeju Island). Internationally, Jeju Air operates routes connecting South Korea with China, Japan and Southeast Asia including Incheon to Hong Kong flights and Incheon to Manila flights as well as Bangkok flights, Nagoya flights and Osaka flights.

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