Founded in 2005, Jeju Air is South Korea’s first low-cost airline. It operates from its hubs at Jeju International Airport
(Jeju), Incheon International Airport ( Seoul Capital Area), and Gimpo International Airport (Gangseo District). Jeju Air offers scheduled domestic services between several cities in South Korea, as well as between Seoul and international destinations. Jeju Air flights are operated on more than 58 major routes including Japan, China, Russia, the Mariana Islands, and various Southeast Asian countries. Jeju Air’s fleet consists of 39 Boeing 737-800 aircrafts. The airline is also a founding member of the Value Alliance, the fourth largest airline alliance in terms of flights, destinations, and passengers.
Avail online check-in facility to avoid long queue at the airport. The service is available from 24 hours until 60 minutes before departure for a domestic flight, and until an hour and a half for an international flight.