Macau (MNA) – Korean carrier Jeju Air will launch a new route from Muan to Macau in April, the director of Marketing of the Macau International Airport (MNA), Eric Fong, told MNA on Thursday.
Fong said that the airline is planning to start the trips from Korea this month, but could not confirm the exact date.
He talked to MNA on the sidelines of the breakfast meeting organised by the British Business Association of Macau (BBAM) this morning.
The MIA marketing director also said that China Eastern Airlines is planning to increase flight frequency to Macau, and China Southern Airlines is planning to open new routes to the city.
JEJU Air was established in 2005 and operates more than 67 major routes in Asia, including Japan, China, Taiwan, Philippines, Vietnam, and Thailand, in addition to other domestic routes.