LCC "Zip Air" Japan-Korea flight to go into service on 16th "A certain demand can be expected" October 8th 18:32
Japan Airlines' low-cost carrier "Zip Air" announced that it will start operating passenger flights between Narita Airport and Seoul, South Korea from the 16th of this month.
From the 8th, traffic from business people to South Korea will resume, and a certain amount of demand can be expected.
Japan Airlines' international LCC = low-cost carrier "Zip Air" has decided to start operating passenger flights between Narita Airport and Seoul, which had been postponed, twice a week from 16th this month. On the 8th, we applied for approval to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism and the Korean aviation authorities.
At the company, the spread of infection has settled down in both Japan and South Korea, and new traffic to and from South Korea is expected to resume, and a certain amount of demand can be expected.
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 case of transporting cargo by converting passenger planes to freight flights. I have continued to operate.
"I am delighted to carry passengers as the traffic between Japan and South Korea resumes," said Zipair.