As South Korea’s largest low cost carrier Jeju Air prepares for its inaugural flights from Busan to Singapore, it will be introducing its new premium class on the route. The airline recently announced it will expand the product some of its other regional routes

The “New Class” – which will feature more space between seats – will be introduced on its Boeing 737-800 aircraft with 12 of the seats along with 162 regular economy seats. Fares will be 20-30% higher than the regular economy fares, and will give customers additional services including advanced seat selection, priority boarding, luggage allowance, and a free meal.

Jeju Air’s current configuration for its Boeing 737-800 offers between 186-189 seats. The airline operates around 40 of the 737s throughout its domestic and international route network.

According to a report on The Pulse, following the introduction on the Busan-Singapore flights on July 4, the airline will expand the New Class on flights from Busan to Tokyo-Narita, Sapporo, Fukuoka, Taipei, and Da Nang.


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