LCC Zip Air Narita-Seoul Passenger Flight under Japan Airlines to Operate October 8 0:47

Business personnel will resume traffic with South Korea from the 8th over immigration restrictions for the new coronavirus.

Under these circumstances, the low-cost carrier "Zip Air" under the umbrella of Japan Airlines plans to start operating passenger flights between Narita Airport and Seoul, South Korea by the end of October.

As part of the relaxation of immigration restrictions, the government will newly establish a business trip with South Korea from the 8th, in addition to business personnel such as short-term residents such as business trips and long-term residents such as expatriates, as well as education personnel and international students. We will resume traffic for such things.

Under these circumstances, the international LCC = low-cost carrier "Zip Air" established by Japan Airlines decided to start operating passenger flights connecting Narita Airport and Seoul by the end of October, and applied for approval on the 8th. According to an interview with the people concerned, it was found that this will be done to the Korean aviation authorities.

Due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection, Zipair was forced to postpone the service of passenger flights scheduled for May, and from June it is an unusual operation to transport cargo by converting passenger planes to cargo flights. I have continued.

A Zip Air official said, "I want to launch a flight with passengers as soon as possible."