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History:  Jeju Air is a low cost airline based in Jeju City, Jeju, Island, South Korea. Jeju Air was established in January 2005 and began operations on June 2, 2006. It is owned by the Aekyung Group (81.7%) and the Jeju Provincial Government (4.54%). On July 11, 2008, Jeju Air made its first international flight from Jeju to Hiroshima. 
It offers scheduled domestic services between Jeju and the South Korean mainland out of Jeju International Airport, Gimpo International Airport, Seoul and a number of regular international flights
The airline now flies across much of the pacific side of Asia and gives a good value for money for a point to point service with a friendly cabin crew, using new aircraft in the form of Boeing 737-800.

Operations:  Jeju Air has it's main bases in Gimpo, Seoul International (ICN), Busan and naturally in Jeju Island. The airline is operating not only the most busiest route in Korea,  Gimpo-Jeju, but also more than 20 major routes in Asia,such as Japan, China, Taiwan, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand and Guam, including other domestic routes.
Fleet: The fleet consists entirely of Boeing 737-800 aircraft. One of the most reliable equipment on the current market. At present the airline has 25 Boeing airliner in operation with new ones arriving in the coming years. 

Personal Review:

 
         
 Good prices and offers on the website As with many low cost airlines, you need to pay for extra services. (luggage, meals, seats, etc)
 Advantage to travel around Korea with Jeju Air and point to point destinations. (direct services, no transits) Online check-in available but seat selection is at a cost.
 Good relation, quality-price airline
 Friendly and professional cabin crew.
 Good Punctuality.  
 Modern fleet, Boeing 737-800
 
Jeju air cabin crew
Jeju air cabin crew

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