Low cost carrier T’Way Air has commenced sales for its new service between Seoul Incheon Airport and Zagreb. As previously reported, flights will launch on May 16 and operate three times per week with the Airbus A330-300 aircraft. The outbound journey will be maintained with a technical stop in Bishkek, the capital of Kyrgyzstan, while the inbound flights will run nonstop. Passengers will not leave the aircraft in Bishkek during the one-hour stop. The carrier’s A330-300 aircraft has twelve seats in business class and 335 in economy. The airline operates on a low cost model, with amenities such as food, blankets and pillows available for purchase in both classes of travel, while there is no onboard entertainment.

T’Way Air is set to expand its European operations after the European Commission gave its approval for the planned mega-merger between South Korea’s two largest airlines – Korean Air and Asiana. As a pre-condition, the European Commission has outlined that T’Way Air must take over slots from the two airlines for some flights from Seoul to Paris, Barcelona, Frankfurt and Rome during the second half of this year to alleviate competition concerns. The carrier is expected to wet-lease aircraft from Korean Air to operate those flights.
As originally exclusively reported back on January 7, flight details for the new Seoul – Zagreb service can be found here.

Article source: http://www.exyuaviation.com/2024/02/south-koreas-tway-air-begins-zagreb.html

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