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T'way Air to open route to Nha Trang in Feb.

All News 11:34 January 08, 2019

SEOUL, Jan. 8 (Yonhap) -- T'way Air, one of South Korea's six low-cost carriers, said Tuesday it will begin services from Incheon to Nha Trang in Vietnam next month.

T'way Air will allocate a 189-seat B737-800 jet for the route from Feb. 20, the company said in a statement.

With the addition of the new route, the budget carrier will fly to 45 destinations -- 41 international routes and four domestic ones. The airline will have a fleet of 30 planes composed of 26 twin-engine B737-800s and four more B737 MAX 8s by the end of this year, a company spokeswoman said. The Max 8s are more fuel-efficient compared to other planes in its size class.

Established in August 2010, the carrier has been expanding its operations by adding routes to Japan and Southeast Asian countries.

A T'way Air B737-800 passenger jet (Yonhap)


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